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Rochana

The two spinners shown here are divided into sectors, not all equal in area. Measures of central angles are shown. The radius of the larger spinner is 36inches, and the radius of the smaller one is 27inches. Find the probability that an arrow will land in region A on the larger spinner.

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    Could you post the pictures of the spinners please?

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    |dw:1365468527728:dw|

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    |dw:1365468684249:dw|

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    also i have to show the probability of landing in the 40 degree region is the same regardless of the size of the circle.

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