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Andrea's change purse contained 8 quarters, 9 dimes, and 8 nickels.If andrea chose 2 coins randomly without replacing them in her purse,what is the probability that she chose 2 dimes?

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  1. FutureMathProfessor Group Title
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    flutter you

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  2. jacky27 Group Title
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    uhm, excuse me. but can i get an explanation on this problem,please really stuck on this.

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    ok so we have 25 coins altogether

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    and we have 9 dimes

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    okay im following

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  6. swissgirl Group Title
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    So the first time we choose a coin the probability that it will be a dime is 9/25 correct?

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    Yeah?

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    ya there are 25 coins altogether and 9 dimes so the probability that it will be a dime is dimes/total amt of coins = 9/25

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    The second time we choose a coin

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    okay i get you

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  11. swissgirl Group Title
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    there are only 24 coins left cuz we picked a dime

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    okay

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  13. swissgirl Group Title
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    so there are 24 coins and 8 dimes so the probabiity we will choose a dime is 8/24

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    So altogether the probability that we will choose 2 dimes is 9/25*8/24

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  15. jacky27 Group Title
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    so the answer would be 3/25, right?

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  16. swissgirl Group Title
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    yup :)

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    Omg! Thank You So Much!(:

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