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anonymous
 3 years ago
An urn contains 3 onedollar bills, 1 five dollar bill and 1 ten dollar bill. A player draws bills one at a time without replacement from the urn until a ten dollar bill is drawn. Then the game stops. All bills are kept by the player. Determine:
A) The probability of winning $15
B)The probability of winning all bills in the urn
C) The probability of the game stopping at the second draw.
Can you help me with this and show me the process?
anonymous
 3 years ago
An urn contains 3 onedollar bills, 1 five dollar bill and 1 ten dollar bill. A player draws bills one at a time without replacement from the urn until a ten dollar bill is drawn. Then the game stops. All bills are kept by the player. Determine: A) The probability of winning $15 B)The probability of winning all bills in the urn C) The probability of the game stopping at the second draw. Can you help me with this and show me the process?

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