Posted by **Piggy** on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 9:46pm.

Mr. Rosart selects two students from his class to present their book reports. He places the names of each student in a box and randomly picks one at a time. The class has 14 boys and 12 girls. What is the probability that hte second name Mr. Rosart picks is a boy, if the first one is a boy also?

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