Math I guess it would be classified as probabilities

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Suppose you have 33 girls and 28 boys in a classroom. You put each of their names on a piece of paper and put the papers in a hat.
4. Without looking, how many names would you need to pull out of the hat to be sure you get two girls?

5. Without looking, how many names would you need to pull out of the hat to be sure you get either two boys or two girls?

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