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Among the contestants in a competition are 44 women and 26 men. if 2 winners are randomly selected, what is the probabilty that they are all men?

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that's simple ...

prob = (26/70)(25/69) = 65/483

or in combination notation:
C(26,2)/C(70,2) = 325/2415 = 65/483

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