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The next three players in a game win \(30 \%, 20 \%\) and \(25 \%\) of the time, respectively. What is the likelihood that none of them will win this time?
[Equivalent wording: It is the fifth inning of a baseball game. The batting averages of the next three batters are \(.300 . .200\), and \(.250\). Say they face an average pitcher. What is the likelihood that none of them will get a hit this inning?]
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