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## How many 2*2 matrices are used in this problem? |

A. | 1 |

B. | 2 |

C. | 3 |

D. | 4 |

Answer» B. 2 | |

Explanation: two 2*2 matrices are used. one for men representing corresponding woman and ranking and the other for women. |

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