The 35-member Science Club is meeting to choose a student government representative. The members decide that the

representative, who will be chosen at random, cannot be any of the 3 officers of the club. What is the probability that

James, who is a member of the club but not an officer, will be chosen?

A.) 0

B.) 4/35

C.) 1/35

D.) 1/3

E.) 1/32

representative, who will be chosen at random, cannot be any of the 3 officers of the club. What is the probability that

James, who is a member of the club but not an officer, will be chosen?

A.) 0

B.) 4/35

C.) 1/35

D.) 1/3

E.) 1/32

**number of successes**

Probability = -----------------------

number of possibilities

Probability = -----------------------

number of possibilities

If you remove the 3 officers of the club, there are 32 "possibilities". One member chosen would be considered a "success".

**1 member chosen**

Probability = ------------------

32 total members

Probability = ------------------

32 total members

**E.) 1/32**

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