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# A set of 40 number cards contains one each of the counting numbersfrom 1 through 40. A

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Problem 28

A set of 40 number cards contains one each of the counting numbersfrom 1 through 40. A multiple of 10 is drawn from the set and is notreplaced. A second card is drawn from the remaining 39 cards. What isthe probability that the second card will be a multiple of 10?

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L33 - 11 To summarize the relationship between the parts of The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus If f is continuous on [a,b], ▯ x 1) If A(x)= f(t)dt,hn a ▯ b 2) f(x)dx = a Note the following: ▯ x d 3 ex. dx (t +2 t)dt a ▯ x d ex. (sect)dt 0 dt

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