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posted by Danny .
A number from 11 to 24 is drawn at random. What is the probability that 18 is drawn? Write your answer as a fraction.
A) 1/7
b) 1/14
C) 11/24
D) 18/14

if the question had been phrased:
There are 14 numbers in a box.
What's the probability that a specific number is picked?
would that have been easier to solve? The answer is the same.
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