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# Suppose there were 4,065,014 births in a given year. Of those births, 2,081,287 were boys and 1,983,727 were girls.

Suppose there were 4,065,014 births in a given year. Of those births, 2,081,287 were boys and 1,983,727 were girls.

If we randomly select two women from the population who then become pregnant, what is the probability that both children will be boys given that at least one child is a boy?