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There are 7 girls and 6 boys in a class. Suppose five children are randomly chosen to decorate the game room. Given that at least one boy is chosen, what is the probability that exactly two boys are chosen?

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    It should be 5 over 6. Which equal to 1 over 2.
    Hope it help.

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