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Gene has less 12 nickels,dimes,&quarters in his pocket.The probabilty of pulling out a nickel or quarter is 3/4.pulling out a dime is 1/4.How many coins does gene have in his pocket?.how many of each coin does he have?Please explain how you got the answerit will help me alot Thank You.

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    It would help to proofread your question before you post it. More information needed.

    Unclear: "Gene has less 12 nickels,dimes,&quarters"


    1/4 of 12 = 3 dimes

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