Math and Logic

Coins in Boxes

You're given three boxes, each containing two coins: one box contains two gold, another contains two silver, and the other contains one coin of each type.

You pick one box at random and remove a coin from it without looking inside, and the coin is silver. If you draw the other coin from the box, what's the probability that the second coin is also silver?

Keep reading to find out, or go ahead and tackle today's challenge. \\[-0.5em]

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