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Homework Help: stastics

Posted by robyn on Saturday, July 25, 2009 at 6:22pm.

Imagine that you have 10 CDs and 10 envelopes on a table before you; each CD and each envelope are labelled with a number such as 7 or 10. If you randomly put the CDs into the envelopes provided, what is the probability of matching only one CD into the wrong envelope?

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