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Step-by-step explanation:

if you don't even understand the question, this is also something you need to tell your teacher. it is his/her job to make you understand it.

a probability is always

desired cases / possible cases

so, if we pick a single student randomly, how many possible options do we have ?

we have 2+5+6+9 = 22 students (as the 4 categories in the table are mutually exclusive).

therefore, our possible cases to pick a student are 22.

now, how many of these 22 students represent our desired cases ?

male, who does not have an A : 9

so, the probability to pick a student who is male and does not have an A is

9/22 = 0.409090909...
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