# Question

Four candidates are seeking a vacancy on a school board. If A is twice as likely to be elected as B, And B And C are given about the same chance of being elected, while C is twice as likely to be elected as D, what are the probabilities that

(a) C will win;

(b) A will not win?

(a) C will win;

(b) A will not win?

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