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Scrabble® Scramble (Posted on 2006-02-03) Difficulty: 2 of 5
In a Scrabble® set there are 100 tiles, consisting of: E (12); A, I, (9); O, (8); N, R, T (6); D, L S, U (4); G (3); B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W, Y (2); J, K, Q, X, Z (1); and 2 blanks that can be used as wild cards to represent any letter.

A player is selecting tiles prior to making the first move.

If the first six tiles drawn are A, E, N, R, S, and T, what is the probability that the seventh tile will complete a 7 letter word?

See The Solution Submitted by Vernon Lewis    
Rating: 4.0000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
Other Sets.Vernon Lewis2006-02-03 19:27:57
I don't know, this keyboard sucks!!!!!!!Hugo2006-02-03 14:23:28
re: Any better set of letters? (suggestion)Jer2006-02-03 14:16:06
Any better set of letters?Gamer2006-02-03 14:03:01
Solutionfrom my word list -- computer solutionCharlie2006-02-03 11:36:00
SolutionPossible solutionJyqm2006-02-03 11:17:11
Some ThoughtsPossible WordsJils2006-02-03 11:08:44
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