# problem solving

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A play is being put on at the school. There are 9 possible roles for girls who are trying out and 10 roles for boys who are trying out. If 16 girls and 12 boys try out, and everyone acts perfectly the same as one another, what percent of chance do the girls have of getting in? What percent do the boys have?

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step 1-start
step2-declare boys &girls height i

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