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In a party there were 80 males and 45 females

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In a party there were 80 males and 45 females. One pair of a male and a female was selected at random for dance, what is the probability that a pair selected is a married couple if there were total 30 married couples in the party?

a) 1/30
b) 1/3600
c) 1/1200
d) 1/120
e) none of these
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New post 01 Dec 2018, 00:48
This question doesn't work now on account of gay marriage. It requires 30/45 of the females to be married to 30/80 of the males.

2/3·1/80=1/120
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Re: In a party there were 80 males and 45 females  [#permalink]

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New post 01 Dec 2018, 10:12
As there are 30 couples , the no of ways we can select 1 pair of married couple : 30C1= 30
Now the he no of ways we can select 1 man from 80=80C1= 80
& the he no of ways we can select 1 woman from 45=45C1= 45
Hence , the probability = 30/(80*45)= 1/120............... Ans D.
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