3/7, but only if the coin is taken at random.
In the U.S. the nickel component of coins is actually an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel so "nickels" are actually mostly copper! Dimes, quarters, and halves have a pure copper core with the same 75/25 alloy on the outside layers to give them a silvery appearance. Taken together that means the whole coin is around 85+ % copper. Other countries use different proportions of nickel and copper. For example, Canadian coins from the 1970s to the 1990s were pure nickel, while British 20p coins are about 80% copper.
Now the 2 bags contain a total of 6 dimes and 5 quarters, which is a total of 11 coins. Therefore, the probability of getting a quarter is (5/11) which is about 0.4545.... or 45.45% as the case may be. Hope this helps
1965. Any US quarters dated 1964 or earlier are 90% silver.
Nickel IS refined. To refine the nickel you first make sure the nickel is extracted. Gas from the heated nickel is cooled and parts are taken out with specially designed devices for cleaning gas.
The buffalo nickel with a penis made in 1913-1938, can be taken to 'most' banks and they will take the nickel, and hand you a $20 bill for every nickel you have that fits the criteria..ie: date, nickel, penis.
Generally, 1 US cup is taken as 236.59 ml.So 3 quarters of a cup is 177.44 ml.
90% silver quarters were issued from 1794 to 1964. In 1975 & 1976 collectors coins were struck in 40% silver. Starting in 1992 90% silver quarters are in silver Proof sets.
Although the probability of this event is greater than zero, it is so very small that for all intents and purposes it is taken to be zero.
The term Silver War Nickels refers to those produced by the United States Mint from mid-1942 to 1945. These nickels differ from those minted before and after World War II, as those were made from 56% copper, 35% Silver and 9% manganese.In WWII, The United States had to use 56% Copper, 35% Silver, and 9% Manganese. The dates for these 35% silver nickels are 1942(P,S) (NOT D), 1943(P,D,S), 1944(P,D,S), and 1945(P,D,S). The mint marks on these coins are located above the dome of Monticello.Contrary to popular misunderstanding, these are the only US nickels that ever contained silver. The rest are all made of an alloy of 25% nickel and 75% copper.
See related link, In quantum mechanics, a probability amplitude is a complex number whose modulus squared represents a probability or probability density. For example, the values taken by a normalised wave function ψ are amplitudes, since |ψ(x)|2 gives the probability density at position x. Probability amplitudes may also correspond to probabilities of discrete outcomes.
Inferential statistics are used in situations where it can be assumed that random behaviour(s), subject to the mathematical laws of probability, must be taken into account.
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No one. He was alone in his quarters in the bunker, his wife having already taken a cyanide capsule.
When the sample is drawn, it is placed back where it was taken from and if subsequent draws are made, it could be selected again.
This question doesn't provide enough information to work on, but if it were to be taken just as it is: Considering they are all quarters, no matter how you arrange them, they would all be the same. So there is only one way.
Marc Antony actually died in Cleopatra's tomb where he was taken after stabbing himself in his own quarters in the palace,
The probability that it attains any particular value is not affected by the values taken by any other variables in the study.
yes they can In terms of probability, one is taken to mean absolute certainty, something that must happen, equivalent to a 100% probability (100 out of 100 is equal to one). Hence, odds cannot be greater than one.
The answer is 364 mL.
The probability of dealing the Ace of Spades from a normal 52 card deck is 1 in 52. The probability of dealing the King of Spades next is 1 in 51. The probability of dealing the Queen of Spades next is 1 in 50.The probability of drawing those three cards in that order is the product of those probabilities, which is 1 in 132,600. This is the same as the number of permutations of N (52) things taken P (3) at a time, which is stated as N! - P! (52 * 51 * 50)If you did not care what order the cards were dealt in, but still wanted to know the probability of getting the Ace, King, and Queen of Spades, then you would be talking about the combinations of N (52) things taken P (3) at a time, which is stated as (N! - P!) / (N - P)! (52 * 51 * 50 / 3 / 2 / 1). The probability in this case is 1 in 22,100.
Actually, only the lower three strings of guitars contain copper or nickel. These strings are wound, meaning that a core string (usually steel) is taken, and wire (usually nickel or copper) of varying gauge, depending on the thickness of string wanted, is wound around it. The higher three are just steel wire. As for why nickel and copper are used, it's because they are cheap and sound good.
97% chance of selecting a good one
The answer depends on where in the world the random selection is taken since the location will determine the mix of cars that the selection is made from.