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### Question of the Day: SAT II Math I

A penny is altered so that the odds are 3 to 2 against it coming up tails when tossed; a nickel is altered so that the odds are 4 to 3 against it coming up tails when tossed. If both coins are tossed; what are the odds of both coins coming up heads?

23 to 12 against

29 to 6 in favor

23 to 12 in favor

Even

29 to 6 against

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