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Problem 28 Easy Difficulty

Solve each probability problem.
Choosing a Chairperson A committee consists of one Democrat, six Republicans, and seven Independents. If one person is randomly selected from the committee to be the chairperson, then what is the probability that
a. the person is a Democrat?
b. the person is either a Democrat or a Republican?
c. the person is not a Republican?

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