# In a carnival​ game, the player selects two coins from a bag containing threesilver dollars and six slugs.​ (Slugs are​ fake, worthless coins that look like real​ coins.) Write down the probability distribution for the winnings and determine how much the player would have to pay so that he would break​ even, on the​ average, over many repetitions of the game.

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In a carnival​ game, the player selects two coins from a bag containing three
silver dollars and six slugs.​ (Slugs are​ fake, worthless coins that look like real​ coins.) Write down the probability distribution for the winnings and determine how much the player would have to pay so that he would break​ even, on the​ average, over many repetitions of the game.
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Step 1

Given data

Three silver dollars and six slugs

Two coins are selected

Probability of winning both the silver coins is

Step 2

Probability distrib...

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