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**juliak** In a certain class of 30 primary school children there are 16 girls. There are 7 girls and 6 boys with fair hair. A pupil is selected at random to be a class captain. Find the probability that the class captain is

a) a girl whose hair is not fair

b) a boy with fair hair

c) has not ogt fair hair

d) is a girland has not fair hair

I'm not sure how to solve this because it seems as though the tree diagram and the venn diagram are not applicable?

Draw a 3x3 table, labelling the columns with 'fair hair' , 'no fair hair' and 'total' ,

the row with 'boys' , 'girls' and 'total'. Fill up the figures appropriately. Then everything should follow from here.