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3 people are selected at random without replacement out of 12 girls and 3 boys. What is the probability of selecting all girls?

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    Probability that all events would occur is found by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events.

    12/15 * 11/14 * 10/13 = ?

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    12/15

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