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There are 9 students in a class: 7 girls and 2 boys. If the teacher picks a group of 3 at random, what is the probability that everyon

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There are 9 students in a class: 7 girls and 2 boys. If the teacher picks a group of 3 at random, what is the probability that everyon

Question

There are 9 students in a class: 7 girls and 2 boys.
If the teacher picks a group of 3 at random, what is the probability that everyone in the group is a girl?

## Answers ( )

Answer:1/3

Step-by-step explanation:Since there are 7 girls and 2 boys the teacher should do this

1 boy for every 2 girls which there are two 2 so there will be two groups of 1 boys and 2 girls while the last group will all be girls.

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Answer:7/9 chance

Step-by-step explanation:There are 9 students, 7 female and 2 male. 7/9 shows the probability of a female being chosen.

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My apologies if I contain errors.