# Competition 73174

There are 10 students in the class, of which 8 are girls and two are boys. We want to select three for the competition. What is the probability that they will be:

a) 2 girls and 1 boy

b) 1 girl and 2 boys

c) 3 girls

d) 3 boys

e) at least 2 girls

a) 2 girls and 1 boy

b) 1 girl and 2 boys

c) 3 girls

d) 3 boys

e) at least 2 girls

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