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# Data sufficiency

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There are n students in a class. Of them, k boys and k girls (including Harvey and Jessica) are randomly selected for a dance performance in which students will dance in pairs of one boy and one girl. What is the probability that Harvey will be paired with Jessica?

(1) Other than Harvey, 5 boys are selected for the dance.

(2) 8 boys are not selected for the dance.

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13 Nov 2017, 08:08
neelam91 wrote:
There are n students in a class. Of them, k boys and k girls (including Harvey and Jessica) are randomly selected for a dance performance in which students will dance in pairs of one boy and one girl. What is the probability that Harvey will be paired with Jessica?

(1) Other than Harvey, 5 boys are selected for the dance.

(2) 8 boys are not selected for the dance.

Discussed here: there-are-n-students-in-a-class-of-them-k-boys-and-k-girls-includin-192359.html

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# Data sufficiency

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