# Probability 86

At a business conference, there were ten social workers, 16 doctors, five lawyers, and two journalists.

If a person is picked at random from the entire group, what is the probability:

a) to be a lawyer

b) to be a doctor.

If a person is picked at random from the entire group, what is the probability:

a) to be a lawyer

b) to be a doctor.

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