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3. In a management class of 100 students’ three languages are offered as an additional subject viz. Hindi, English and Kannada. There are 28 students taking Hindi, 26 taking Hindi and 16 taking English. There are 12 students taking both Hindi and English, 4 taking Hindi and English and 6 that are taking English and Kannada. In addition, we know that 2 students are taking all the three languages.
i) If a student is chosen randomly, what is the probability that he/she is not taking any of these three languages?
ii) If a student is chosen randomly, what is the probability that he/ she is taking exactly one language?
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