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Students at Euler Middle School are talking about ways to raise money for a school party. One student suggests a game called Heads or Tails. In this game, a player pays 50 cents and chooses heads or tails. The player then tosses a fair coin. If the coin mathces the player's call, the player wins a prize. Suppose 100 players play the game. How many of these players would you expect to win?

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mmmhh, let me guess

50 ?

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Suppose the prizes awarded to winners of the heads or tails game cost 40 cents each.based on your answer to part a, how much money would you expect the students to raise f 100 players play the game?

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