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every summer, each student organization at your school sends 2 students to summer camp. the teacher mentor randomly selects the students (pulls from a hat) the club has 10 students among the students is a set of twins. what is the probability the 2 slots will be filled by the twins? what is the probability neither twin will be selected?

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    <<what is the probability the 2 slots will be filled by the twins?>>
    2/10 x 1/9 = 1/45

    <<what is the probability neither twin will be selected?>>
    8/10 x 7/9 = 28/45

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