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## There are three quarters, five dimes, and twelve pennies in a bag. When a coin is drawn from the bag, it is replaced. If two coins are drawn

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There are three quarters, five dimes, and twelve pennies in a bag. When a coin is drawn from the bag, it is replaced. If two coins are drawn at random, determine each probability.

7. P(a quarter and then a penny) 8. P(a nickel and then a dime)

9. P(two pennies) 10. P(a dime and then a quarter)

Please don’t just answer for points I actually need help

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Answer:9

Step-by-step explanation:there are 4 more pennies with adding the dimes and quarters together so there is most likely a high probability for 2 pennies to be pulled.