﻿ Margo places 6 pennies and 4 nickels in a jar, for the experiment, she selects a penny, replaces it, and selects another penny. If Margo

Margo places 6 pennies and 4 nickels in a jar, for the experiment, she selects a penny, replaces it, and selects another penny. If Margo repeats the experiment 100 times, how many times can she expect to select two pennies?

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