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Esmeralda buys a bag of cookies that contains 5 chocolate chip cookies, 8 peanut butter cookies, 5 sugar cookies and 7 oatmeal cookies. What is the probability that Esmeralda randomly selects a peanut butter cookie from the bag, eats it, then randomly selects a chocolate chip cookie?

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