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# When you have 25 numbers, and jake picks 3 random numbers and puts them back, what is the chance bob has of picking those 3 numbers when he picks 6 random numbers (without putting them back)? explain.

soo this can be solve by using the formula:

f = p( 1 + i)^ n

where f is the future profit

p is the initial profit

i is the percent increase

n is the number of years

a . f = 30000 ( 1.05)^n

b. f = 30000 ( 1.05)^15

f = \$62,368

step-by-step explanation: first you ar e supposed to add. then multiply then subtract

4 out of 25 percent chance

Step-by-step explanation:

if you divide the number and range them out. That's all i can tell you for now. Kinda busy. sorry

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