A batch of 200 iron rods consists of 50 over sized rods, 50 undersized rods, and 100 rods of the desired length. If two rods are drawn at random without replacement, what is the probability of obtaining (a) Two rods of the desired length (b) Exactly one of the desired length (c) None of the desired length?

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A batch of 200 iron rods consists of 50 over sized rods, 50 undersized rods, and 100 rods of the desired length. If two rods are drawn at random without replacement, what is the probability of obtaining

(a) Two rods of the desired length

(b) Exactly one of the desired length

(c) None of the desired length?

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