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a bank gives away 1 out of 5 cards evry time a client deposits. there is an equal chance of getting one of the cards. predict the number of times a client will have to make a deposit to get all five cars. which can NOT be considered a trial for the simulation.
1) use digits 15 each number represents a basketball card. use random number generator on graphing calculator.
2) divide a spinner into five equal parts. labeled A to E. spin spinner to land on all five letters.
3) place 5 balls of diff. colors of box. draw one ball record color and replace ball in box. repeat until all five colors are picked.
4) use number cube toss and record number which it lands. repeat utill you get all numbers
i think the answer is 4
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