Question

Asked Jan 31, 2019

In a small private school, 4 students are randomly selected from 15 available students. What is the probability that they are the four youngest student. The probability is?

Step 1

*Given:*

Number of students available, *n = 15*

Number of students randomly selected, *r = 4*

Number of youngest students among the available students = 4

Step 2

*Known Fact:*

Step 3

Find the number of ways in selecting 4 stud...

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