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Suppose a box contains 12 silver coins (S) and 3 gold coins (G). (a) If you randomly select 2 coins without replacement, determine the probability that the first coin is silver (S1) and the second coin is gold (G2). (b) Use the complement rule to find the probability that 1 or fewer gold coins are selected.
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