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A teachers looks over her class and notices a few trends. Out of the 60 students in the class, 23

have brown hair, seven have green eyes, and three have both brown hair and green eyes. What is the

probability that a randomly selected student has either brown hair or green eyes?

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According to the provided data, the total number of students are 60 out of which 23 ...

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