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anonymous
 5 years ago
k so a spiner has 11 equal sized spaces with 7 spaces red and 4 blue a number cube is numbered 1 to 6 the girl spins the spinner and rolls the number cube what is the probability that the spinner lands on red and the umber cube shows an odd number a. 7/22 b. 2/11 c. 7/66 or d. 2/33
anonymous
 5 years ago
k so a spiner has 11 equal sized spaces with 7 spaces red and 4 blue a number cube is numbered 1 to 6 the girl spins the spinner and rolls the number cube what is the probability that the spinner lands on red and the umber cube shows an odd number a. 7/22 b. 2/11 c. 7/66 or d. 2/33

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shadowfiend
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0So these two are completely independent variables, which means the outcome of one (the spinner) won't have an effect on the outcome of the other (the number cube). That means you can multiply the two probabilities together. What's the probability that the spinner lands on red?
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