There are 28 students in the IK3 class. Three pupils will be examined. Nineteen pupils are ready for the exam. What is the probability that all three will be unprepared?
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This is incorrect as it assumes a constant probability as the kids are chosen. The answer would be 9/28 * 8/27 * 7/26 OR 9C3 / 28C3.
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