Mathematics, 12.11.2019 04:31, dianathedad

# Among all the students at a certain high school, the probability of picking a left-handed student is \dfrac{1}{4}, and the probability of picking a student who is learning spanish is \dfrac{2}{3}. which of the following could be the probability of picking a student who is either left-handed or learning spanish or both? indicate all such number.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:00, stormhorn491

Question part points submissions used suppose that 100 lottery tickets are given out in sequence to the first 100 guests to arrive at a party. of these 100 tickets, only 12 are winning tickets. the generalized pigeonhole principle guarantees that there must be a streak of at least l losing tickets in a row. find l.

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