A jar contains coins that are all mixed up. You pick out 20 coins. From this selection, 15 turn out to be gold, 3 are silver, and the remaining coins are bronze. If the jar contains 20 gold coins, 30 silver coins, and 50 bronze coins, what is the experimental probability of picking a bronze coin? 50%

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2017-08-17 03:22:09

50% sounds about right since you have 100 coins total and half of it are bronze and the other half is a mix of both sliver and gold. I think you already have the correct answer my friend :)

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