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## There are 9 quarters 5 dimes 7 pennies 4 nickels A coin is drawn from a coin purse and spent. a second

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There are

9 quarters

5 dimes

7 pennies

4 nickels

A coin is drawn from a coin purse and spent. a second coin is drawn from the coin purse and spent. what is the probability that the first coin drawn was a dime and the second coin drawn was a nickel?

A. 1/30

B. 1/11

C. 9/25

D. 4/5

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Answer:A) 1/30

Step-by-step explanation:total of 25 coins at beginning

total of 24 coins after the first coin is drawn and spent

P(‘d’ then ‘n’): 5/25 · 4/24 = 1/5 · 1/6 = 1/30