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    @Kitt020912

  3. Kitt020912
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    I'm your savior(:

  4. help123please.
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    You are, indeed.

  5. Kitt020912
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    Is 10 asking for the probability of all the spinners combined? o-O

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    I believe so.

  7. Kitt020912
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    dang ._.

  8. Kitt020912
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    thx for the testimonial LOL

  9. help123please.
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    yw:D

  10. wio
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    Did you figure it out?

  11. help123please.
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    Not yet.

  12. Kitt020912
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    hm.

  13. wio
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    For 10, do each spinner probability individually. The probability for all the spinners is just those probabilities multiplied together.

  14. Kitt020912
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    K chinchilla. for 10, take the probabilities and multiply them like we've done before.

  15. wio
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    The outcomes of each spinner is independent of each other. In such cases the combined probability is just the product (meaning multiply) of inidividual spinners.

  16. help123please.
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    Will do. Let me attempt it.

  17. help123please.
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    One second.

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    2/7 x 1/4 x 2/6

  19. help123please.
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    ?

  20. Kitt020912
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    so far, you can do it for all. I have 10 and 11 completed.

  21. help123please.
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    :0 But is that right?

  22. help123please.
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    2/7 x 1/4 x 2/6 ?

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    Is it 4/168?

  24. help123please.
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    (2 x 1 x 2 = 4 and 7 x 4 x 6 = 168)

  25. Kitt020912
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    no hun. for the first one it's \[\frac{ 1 }{ 8 }\times \frac{ 1 }{ 4 }\times \frac{ 1 }{ 6 }=\frac{ 1 }{ 92 }\] the second one is \[\frac{ 4 }{ 8 }\times \frac{ 2 }{ 4 }=\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }\] the last one you have to set it up as a proportion.\[\frac{ x }{ 100 }=\frac{ 3 }{ 8 }\] and you can solve for that(:

  26. help123please.
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    Thanks:) Let me read this explanation:0

  27. help123please.
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    Oh, you simplify.

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    I always forget to do that.

  29. Kitt020912
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    ya, the second one you simplify

  30. help123please.
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    Ok.

  31. help123please.
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    yes, but for the first one where i asked if it was 4/168 do u reduce the fractions?

  32. help123please.
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    oh thats y.

  33. help123please.
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    i didn't count correctly.

  34. help123please.
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    sorry.

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    Okay. I get it; thanks!

  36. Kitt020912
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    It's alright(:

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    :))))

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    @Kitt wanna see the outline?

  39. Kitt020912
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    no thx. I'm kinda in the math zone lol

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    Okay:)

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