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14 April, 00:45

Kevin has 18 coins in his penny jar inside he had 9 quarters 4 dimes 2 nickels and the rest were pennies if he randomly selected one from the jar and without replacing it select another one what is the probability that both coins selected were pennies

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  1. 14 April, 01:41
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    Prob = 1.96%

    Step-by-step explanation:

    p = pennies

    t = total

    total Prob = Prob1*Prob2

    P1 = # pennies/total

    P2 = new #/new total

    total Prob = (p/t) * ((p-1) / (t-1))
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