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A jar contains 14 nickels, 10 dimes, 6 quarters, and 22 pennies. A coin is chosen at random from the jar. What is the probability that the coin chosen is a dime?

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  1. kropot72
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    Let d = number of dimes Let n = number of nickels Let q = number of quarters Let p = number of pennies \[P(dime)=\frac{d}{n+d+q+p}\]

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