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What is the probabiltiy that you will spin a spinner numbered 1-6 and get a 4 three times in a row??

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1/6 for one time 1/12 for two 1/18 for three
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P(4) = 1/6 so the probability of a 4 three times P(4, 4, 4) = 1/6 x 1/6 x 1/6 =1/216
That is so not right
ok i will explain better out of 6 numbers one is a 4so one spin to land on 4 would be a 1/6 (one out of six chance) then you get two spins which means the 6 numbers get doubled so now you have a one out of 12 chance to hit four again but you want three spins in a row to land on four so you add another six which now makes your chances of spinning a 4 three times in a row one in 18 or 1/18
actually it is right... each spin is independent of the next. draw a tree diagram to represent each spin|dw:1336077609050:dw|
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i try to make things simple no prob
well good luck snow... as that solution is incorrect... but its your choice... well countonme... what are the possible outcomes in the sample space... can you list them
im sorry but i dont know what you are talking about
another explanation: a probability of an event = (nº of positive posibilities)/(nº of all posibilities) nº of all posibilities is 6^3=216 nº of wanted outcomes = 1 (is the 4,4,4) so the probability is 1/216
ah my bad i added not multiply sorry he is right^
lol.... what are you 18 outcomes... to get 1/18
lol right

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