## James has 3 dimes, 4 pennies and 2 quarters in his pocket. If each one is equally likely to be pulled out of his pocket in order WITHOUT re

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James has 3 dimes, 4 pennies and 2 quarters in his pocket. If each one is equally likely to be pulled out of his pocket in order WITHOUT replacement, what’s the probability that he pulls out 2 quarters in a row first? ** Remember P(A and B) = P(A) x P(B)

Question 6 options:

a.1/6

b.1/9

c.1/25

d.1/36

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Answer:1/9

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