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A number wheel of eight equal portions is listed numbers 1 through 8. 1,4, and 7 are red. 2 and 8 are blue. 3,5, and 6 are yellow. You spin the wheel twice... What is the probability of the first outcome being red and the second outcome being yellow? a) 9/64 b) 6/8 c) 1 d) 6/64

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  1. anonymous
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    3/8*3/8=9/64

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    ohh okay thank you. Spinning the wheel twice again, would the probablility of getting two even numbers be 16/64 ?

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