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Urns I, II, and III contain three pennies and four dimes, two pennies and five dimes, three pennies and one dime, respectively. One coin is selected...

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Urns I, II, and III contain three pennies and four dimes, two pennies and five
dimes, three pennies and one dime, respectively. One coin is selected at random from each
urn. If two of the three coins are dimes, what is the probability that the coin selected from
urn I is a dime?
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Urns I, II, and III contain three pennies and four dimes, two pennies and five
dimes, three pennies and one dime, respectively. One coin is selected at random from each
urn. If two of the three...

This question was asked on Jan 29, 2013 and answered on Jan 30, 2013.

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