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anonymous
 one year ago
Of one hundred envelopes in a box, one envelope contains a $20 bill, five others each contain a $1 bill, and the rest are empty. Find the probability that on the first two draws, envelopes containing money will be drawn.
1/330
3/100
1/400
anonymous
 one year ago
Of one hundred envelopes in a box, one envelope contains a $20 bill, five others each contain a $1 bill, and the rest are empty. Find the probability that on the first two draws, envelopes containing money will be drawn. 1/330 3/100 1/400

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anonymous
 one year ago
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 one year ago
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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0actually a because There are 6 total envelopes with money in them. On the first go you have a 6/100 chance. On the second, you have a 5/99 chance. You do 6/100 X 5/99 and you get 30/9900. You make it lowest terms and you get 1/330.
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