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Find the probability of selecting a person at random : At a school board meeting there are 9 parents and 5 teachers. 2 teachers and 5 parents are female. If a person at the school board meeting is selected at random, find the probability that the person is a parent or a female.

Then add up the probabilities: (9+7)/14 =16/14. And subtract the intersection of probability [FEMALE AND TEACHER] not to count it twice

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Find the probability of selecting a person at random : At a school board meeting there are 9 parents and 5 teachers. 2 teachers and 5 parents are female. If a person at the school board meeting is selected at random, find the probability that the person is a parent or a female.
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Find the probability of selecting a person at random : At a school board meeting there are 9 parents and 5 teachers. 2 teachers and 5 parents are female. If a person at the school board meeting is selected at random, find the probability that the person is a parent or a female.

Then add up the probabilities: (9+7)/14 =16/14. And subtract the intersection of probability [FEMALE AND TEACHER] not to count it twice
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