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Andy has 6 dimes and 10 nickels in his pocket. If he draws two coins without replacing the first coin, what is the probability of drawing a nickel and then a dime?
A ΒΌ
B 15/64
C 1/60
D 3/5

prob(nickel, then dime)
= (10/16)(6/15)
= 1/4
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