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# A club has 10 male and 5 female members. Each member of the club write

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A club has 10 male and 5 female members. Each member of the club writes their name on a ticket, and the tickets are deposited in a box. The club chooses 2 members to go to a national meeting by drawing 2 tickets from the box. What is the probability that both members picked for the trip are female?

(A) 2/21
(B) 1/10
(C) 2/7
(D) 1/3
(E) 2/5

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Probability that first is female =5/15=1/3
Probability that second is female =4/14= 2/7
Required probability = 1/3 * 2/7 =2/21

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