# SOLUTION: Two students are selected at random from a class of 13 males and 7 females. Find the probability that both students are males. (See Example 4. Round your answer to two decimal plac

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 Question 345271: Two students are selected at random from a class of 13 males and 7 females. Find the probability that both students are males. (See Example 4. Round your answer to two decimal places.)Found 2 solutions by stanbon, checkley77:Answer by stanbon(57424)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Two students are selected at random from a class of 13 males and 7 females. Find the probability that both students are males. ---------------------------- # of ways to pick 2 males: 13C2 = 78 ----- # of ways to pick 2 students randomly: 20C2 = 190 ----------------------------------- Probability of selecting 2 males: 78/190 = 0.4105 ====================================================== Cheers, Stan H. Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!13/20*12/19=156/420 OR .3714 OR 37.14 % CHANCE BOTH ARE MALES.