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Golf for 15 
20090818 

From Judy: We have a group of 15 golfers that play a scramble with groups of 3. The problem is we play for 14 weeks. We want every
player to play at least once with everyone and no more that 3 times. I am working on this and have just about accomplished
the schedule, but with a few playing more than 3 times. I'm sure there must be some mathematical calculation to do this but I
have yet to figure it out. Answered by Victoria West. 





Children and probability 
20020116 

From Bill: If a family has four children, what is the probability that all 4 are the same sex? Answered by Vanrei Volodin. 





What did the girls score on average? 
20010720 

From Rajesh: The students of two schools were sitting the same test. The students attending the first school scored 74 on average; within this the average scores of the boys and the girls were 71 and 76, respectively. The corresponding scores in the other school were 84, 81 and 90, respectively. If the average score of all boys was 79, what did the girls score on average? Answered by Penny Nom. 


