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A set of double six dominoes has 28 dominoes. If you draw 1 domino, what is the probability that you will draw the double six?

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1/28
Can you explain your answer please?
PROB= desired outcome/ all posible outcomes

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So it is 6 / 28?
how many doubl sixes r there ?
28
i dont know that game, so tell me not the total, but the specified domino.
It isn't a game, it is a math problem. My math book is so crazy... They are looking for the probablity that you will draw a double six out of 28.
then its 1/28
if there are 2 , then pob = 2=28=1/14 etc., ect,
There is an add on: What are the odds in favor of you drawing the double six?
2/28=1/14
kk
Another add on: What are the odds against you drawing the double six?
that i dont know
Oh. Well, thank you for all of your help! :)
kk

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