## (Solved) Suppose that a certain college class contains 64 students. Of these, 28 are freshmen, 37 are chemistry majors, and 11 are neither. A student is...

Suppose that a certain college class contains 64 students. Of these, 28 are freshmen, 37Â are chemistry majors, and 11Â are neither. A student is selected at random from the class.

(a) What is the probability that the student is both a freshman and a chemistry major?

(b) Given that the student selected is a chemistry major, what is the probability that she is also a freshman?

Write your responses as fractions.

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