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Draw and go (Posted on 2014-10-08) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A class, consisting of g girls and b boys receieved 2k promotional theatre tickets.
Given that b<2k and g<2k, what is the probability that within the group of theatre-goers there will be more girls than boys?

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Some Thoughtsre(4): short amendment att CharlieAdy TZIDON2014-10-14 09:54:57
re(3): short amendment att CharlieCharlie2014-10-13 15:25:25
Some Thoughtsre(2): short amendment att CharlieAdy TZIDON2014-10-12 22:32:22
re(2): short amendmentAdy TZIDON2014-10-12 22:16:53
Some Thoughtsre: short amendmentDej Mar2014-10-11 22:55:11
re: short amendmentCharlie2014-10-11 22:32:53
Hints/Tipsshort amendmentAdy TZIDON2014-10-11 02:00:08
re(3): Solution or partial solution ... clarificationDej Mar2014-10-10 10:42:58
re(4): Solution or partial solution ... clarificationCharlie2014-10-10 07:56:31
Questionre(3): Solution or partial solution ... clarificationDej Mar2014-10-10 03:19:43
re(3): Solution or partial solution ... clarificationSteve Herman2014-10-09 14:26:53
Some Thoughtsre(2): Solution or partial solution ... clarificationCharlie2014-10-09 09:56:20
Hints/Tipsre: Solution or partial solution ... clarificationAdy TZIDON2014-10-09 03:00:18
Some ThoughtsSolution or partial solutionDej Mar2014-10-09 02:42:29
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