You roll a standard number cube once. Find P(0). • • 1 • • 0 my answer is D check my work plz

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You roll a standard number cube once. Find P(0). • • 1 • • 0 my answer is D check my work plz

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Right. In a standard number cube, the numbers are labelled 1 through 6, right? We don't have a value for 0. So there is no way we can roll a 0. Or setting it up like this: Probability = # favored outcomes / # total outcomes # favored (rolling a 0) = 0 ways. (there is no 0 face) # total = 6 ways Probability = 0 / 6, which is just 0.
so its 0

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