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A lottery game advertises a jackpot of $41 million. The chances of a ticket having the winning numbers are 1 in 7.1 million. If Betty buys 10 lottery tickets, what are her chances of winning?

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With ten tickets, the chances of winning are ten times higher than with one, or one in 710,000.

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