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It depends how you define "pair"; and if some of the boys and girls are identical (twins/triplets/etc)

If you mean two people then there are 17 choices for the first (10 boys + 7 girls), 16 (10 boys + 7 girls less the one chosen so far) for the second giving: 17 × 16 = 272 pairs

If you mean a pair containing one boy and one girl, then there are a choice of 10 boys and for each choice a choice of 7 girls, giving: 10 × 7 = 70 pairs.

Q: How many possible pairs can be chosen from 10 boys and 7 girls?

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She can select 210 different groups of boys and 1820 different groups of girls giving, wait for it, 382200 possible casts!

The probability is 15/25 = 3/5

7:6 (girls to boys)

If there are 125 boys and 25 girls, then the ratio of boys to girls would be 5:1.

No but if were 6 boys and 9 girls then yes

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its not possible

4/8 x 3/5

Boys are just as capable as girls. My rule of thumb is boys for boys, and girls for girls if at all possible.

The reaping

its possible

There are many points to both boys and girls, but one thing that girls can do that boys cannot is bear children. If there were no females, then it would not be possible to procreate.

Many girls have a wide variety of interests, so it's very possible that there's girls who very much like boys from there.

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1848 This is because: for the girls Sunita is definitely captain. Thus it is Sunita and the 14 other girls as captain and vice captain. For the boys, it will be the first boy and the 12 other boys, the second and the 12 other boys and so on. thus, it is 11x12 for the boys Multiply 11x12 by the 14 and you get 1848. Lol it confused me 2 first time :D

Not physically possible..

i think no

yes