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Twentyfive chips, numbered 1 through 25, are placed in a box. Five chips are randomly selected without being replaced. What is the probability that all 5 chips have an odd number on them? 


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2. 
A friend of yours has 26 slips of paper, one with each letter of the alphabet on it. You randomly select six of them, not replacing any. What is the probability that all six letters that you choose are consonants ('y' is a consonant, not a vowel)? 


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3. 
Your friend has 26 slips of paper, one with each letter of the alphabet on it, and you pick three slips at random, allowing your friend to replace them randomly in the stack. What is the probability that you will choose the letter 'd' the first time, the letter 'o' the second time, and the letter 'g' the third time? 


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4. 
There are 10 pennies, 14 nickels, and 6 dimes in a bag, and you remove three at random without replacing any. What is the probability that you will remove three pennies? 


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5. 
You roll a number cube three consecutive times. What is the probability that you roll an even number the first two times and a 3 the last time? 


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