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A Group Of 2n boys And 2n girls Is Randomly Divided Into Two Equal Groups. The Probability That Each Group Contains The Same Number Of Boys And Girls Is

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Total number of ways of choosing a group is . The number of ways in which each group contains equal number of boys and girls is

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