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Hello -

A committee is to be made up of 11 people (5 men and 6 women) to be elected from 11 men and 13 women. Mr. Mike and Ms. Dylan are participating in the election.
What is the probability that they will be elected?
What is the probability of none of them to be elected?
What is the probability of Mr. Mike to be elected?
What is the probability of Ms. Dylan to be elected?

thanks

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28 Feb 2018, 07:29
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Hello -

A committee is to be made up of 11 people (5 men and 6 women) to be elected from 11 men and 13 women. Mr. Mike and Ms. Dylan are participating in the election.
What is the probability that they will be elected?
What is the probability of none of them to be elected?
What is the probability of Mr. Mike to be elected?
What is the probability of Ms. Dylan to be elected?

thanks

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