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Andrea's change purse contained 8 quarters, 9 dimes, and 8 nickels. If Andrea chose 2 coins randomly without replacing them in her purse, what is the probability that she chose 2 dimes?
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User: Andrea's change purse contained 8 quarters, 9 dimes, and 8 nickels. If Andrea chose 2 coins randomly without replacing them in her purse, what is the probability that she chose 2 dimes?

Weegy: The answer is: 81/625
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 4979|

User: evaluate the expression. 9!-5!(6!)

Weegy: 276480. (9 !) - ((5 !) * (6 !)) = 276 480.
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7! - 5! = 4920

7! = 5040; 5! = 120

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