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At Chaniel's school, one cafeteria helper is chosen from each class by a random drawing. In Chaniel's class, the probability of the chosen person being taller that five feet is 1/5. Find the odds in favor of the chosen person being taller than five feet.

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    Pretty sure the answer is 1 to 4.

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