Hello and thanks for looking at my questions.
I'm sure this is a very simple question but I just cant seem to understand it
A committee of three is selected from a pool of five individuals : two females (A and B) and three males (C,D,E)
If the committee is selected at random, what is the probability that contains both females?
(i figured for this one it would be P=(2/5)*(1/4) because the first one selected has a 2/5 chance of being a women, and the second one has a 1/4 chance but I was told that was not correct)
If instead, the committee is selected by randomly selecting one of the two females, one of the three males, and then one of the remaining three individuals, what is the probability it contains both females