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Two students devised a game called “3 Pennies & 2 Nickels.” Each player will choose to play the pennies or the nickels. In each round, the players will flip all their coins on the table and record how many heads and tails they have. The table below includes the point scheme. Alyssa wants to play the game. Choose the statement below that is correct in all aspects.

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  1. anonymous
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    What do u think it is?

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    E(penny) = –0.33 and E(nickel) = 0.33, so she should play with the nickels. E(penny) = 0.5 and E(nickel) = 1.5, so she should play with the nickels. E(penny) = 1.75 and E(nickel) = 1.5, so she should play with the pennies. E(penny) = 2.38 and E(nickel) = 2, so she should play with the pennies.

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