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# Solved: Describing Complements. In Exercises, provide a

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Problem 6BSC

Describing Complements. In Exercises, provide a written description of the complement of the given event, then find the probability of the complement of the given event.

No Girls When a couple has five children, none of the five is a girl. (Assume that boys and girls are equally likely.)

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