# Second prize

Jamie and Mark each bought a raffle ticket to win a new laptop or a new cell phone, where only 125 tickets were told. The first ticket holder wins the prize of their choice and is removed from the drawing. The holder of the second ticket drawn wins the remaining award. Find the probability that Jamie and Mark will win the second drawing prize.

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