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## Jenson has a basket containing oranges, apples, and pears. He picks a piece of fruit from the basket 40 times, replacing the fruit before ea

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Jenson has a basket containing oranges, apples, and pears. He picks a piece of fruit from the basket 40 times, replacing the fruit before each draw. From these 40 trials, Jenson estimates that the probability of picking an orange is 0.25, the probability of picking an apple is 0.3, and the probability of picking a pear is 0.45. How many times did Jenson pick an apple during the 40 trials?

A.

10

B.

12

C.

15

D.

18

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