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5 August, 07:17

There are 12 state quarters and 5 regular quarters in a jar. Rees randomly picks up a quarter, puts it back in the jar, and then picks another quarter without looking.

The probability that he will take out a state quarter, and then a regular quarter is ___.

Write your answer as a simplified fraction.

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  1. 5 August, 08:16
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    12 + 5 = 17 quarters in total

    12 / 17 * 5 / 17 = 60 / 289

    The probability that he will take out a state quarter and then a regular quarter is 60/289.
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