1.     A batch of 500 containers for frozen

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1.     A batch of 500 containers for frozen orange juice contains five that are defective. Two are selected at random without replacement from the batch.

a)    What is the probability that the second one selected is defective given that the first one is defective?

What is the probability that both are defective

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