In an animal shelter with $30$ animals, each of which is either a cat or a dog, $12$ out of $15$ dogs have long fur and $11$ out of $15$ cats have long fur. what is the probability that in a randomly selected group of five animals from the shelter, there will be two long-furred dogs and three long-furred cats? express your answer as a decimal to the nearest thousandth.

probabilitythat there will be two long-furreddogsand three long-furred cats will be 0.2728.## How to calculate the probability?

long fur= 11/15 = 0.73probabilitythat there will be two long-furred dogs and three long-furred cats will be:probabilitythat there will be two long-furred dogs and three long-furred cats will be 0.2728.probabilityon: