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Help Please (give me time to post :D) .

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  1. OpenStudyRocks5*
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  2. anonymous
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    Thats a good question

  3. anonymous
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    There are 8 divisions, 2 of which have a 2

  4. anonymous
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    the probability of getting a 2 is therefore 2/8

  5. OpenStudyRocks5*
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    But there isn't a 2/8? Theres a 3/8? @BPDlkeme234

  6. anonymous
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    the probability of getting a number less than one is 1, because there is a 1 in that spinner

  7. anonymous
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    that means that leaves 5/8 choices for a number greater than 2

  8. OpenStudyRocks5*
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    Thank you @BPDlkeme234 and thank you for giving the answer and Explaining how you got it :)

  9. anonymous
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    ah well probability is all about logic

  10. OpenStudyRocks5*
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    Yeah, Where do we need this in life? Lol @BPDlkeme234 , I don't get where you would need this

  11. anonymous
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    I explain sample spaces through kicking goals!lol

  12. OpenStudyRocks5*
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    Lol, thanks again, I wont hold you.

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