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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. countonme123 Group Title
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    1/6 for one time 1/12 for two 1/18 for three

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    please medal

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  3. snowballhockey Group Title
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    I am confused Help

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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

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    That is so not right

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  6. countonme123 Group Title
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    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

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    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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    Two confuseing cambell thanks other kid

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  9. countonme123 Group Title
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    i try to make things simple no prob

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  10. campbell_st Group Title
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    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

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  11. countonme123 Group Title
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    im sorry but i dont know what you are talking about

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    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

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  13. countonme123 Group Title
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    ah my bad i added not multiply sorry he is right^

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    lol.... what are you 18 outcomes... to get 1/18

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    lol right

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