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The campus vets club is having a raffle and is selling 1,900 tickets. If the people on your floor of the dorm bought 266 of those tickets, what is the probability that someone on your floor will hold the winning ticket? (Enter your answer as a decimal.)

If all the tickets are sold, 266/1900 = ?
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