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in his left pocket ralph has 4 quarters and 5 nickels. in his right pocket he has 3 quarters 2 nickels and 1 penny. if he wants to select a quarter at random, which pocket should he choose?

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    left pocket because it has more quarters

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    Yes left pocket because it has 1 more quarter than the right.

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