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There are $4$ women $P, Q, R, S$ and $5$ men $V, W, X, Y, Z$ in a group. We are required to form pairs each consisting of one woman and one man. $P$ is not to be paired with $Z$, and $Y$ must necessarily be paired with someone. In how many ways can $4$ such pairs be formed?

  1. $74$
  2. $76$
  3. $78$
  4. $80$
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