I probably seem like an SPSS noob by posting this, but I was just wondering how to use SPSS to calculate "at least" probability problems. I have taken a Ph.D. level course implementing SPSS, but it focused primarily on concepts like linear regression, multivariate analysis, etc. I would like to broaden my SPSS knowledge with concepts like probability.

A problem example is as follows:

In a population of 40 college students, exactly 12 are freshman and 18 are sophomores. Suppose a sample of 5 students is selected at random and without replacement from this population. Consider the following:

-At least one of the 5 selected numbers are sophomores.

How can I use SPSS to calculate this? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys.