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There are a total of 22 people in an application pool, that are equally qualified for a job. The pool consists of;

4 people from California

10 people from Nevada.

8 people from Arizonia.

There are 3 job openings for three different people. Type your answers as a decimal to 4 decimal places.

5. What is the probability that the first one is from California and the next two are from Nevada?

6. What is the probability that each is from a different state?

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