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find the chance that out of 30 people 15 are kids, 10 male and 5 women: Find the chance the first person picked is a man, given that the fourth and fifth people picked are children. Find the chance that more than two women are picked. Find the chance that Tom and Jerry both get picked. How would I work this out would I use the total number or would I use the total men divided by the total population? Would this men that 0.33 a male is picked? I am a bit confused could someone guide me on this. Probability is not a strong point of mine.

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