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anonymous
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Mr. Crosson selects two students from his class to present their reports on Spain. He places the names of each student in a box and picks one at a time. The class has 8 boys and 10 girls. What is the probability that Mr. Crosson will pick two boys in a row if he does not put the first name back in the box? Round your answer to the nearest percent.
Select the best answer from the choices provided.
16%
17%
18%
19%
anonymous
 one year ago
Mr. Crosson selects two students from his class to present their reports on Spain. He places the names of each student in a box and picks one at a time. The class has 8 boys and 10 girls. What is the probability that Mr. Crosson will pick two boys in a row if he does not put the first name back in the box? Round your answer to the nearest percent. Select the best answer from the choices provided. 16% 17% 18% 19%

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