A membership committee of three is formed from four eligible members. Let the eligible members be represented by A, B, C, and D. The possible outcomes include S = {ABC, ABD, ACD, BCD}. Which statements about the situation are true? Select three options. There are four ways to choose the committee. There are three ways to form the committee if person D must be on it. If seven members are eligible next year, then there will be fewer combinations. If persons B and C must be on the committee, there are two ways to form the committee. If persons A and C must be on the committee, then there is only one way to form the committee.

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