# Statistic help needed quick please. Thanks

**Question description**

An automobile manufacturing plant produced vehicles today: were sedans, were vans, and were trucks. Plant managers are going to choose two of these vehicles for thorough inspection. The first vehicle will be chosen at random, and then the second vehicle will be chosen at random from the remaining vehicles. What is the probability that two vans will be selected?

Report your answer as an exact fraction.

32 vehicles today: 11 were sarans, 10 were vans, and 11 were trucks. These are the number incase they don't show. Thanks## Tutor Answer

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