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Any ideas anyone

For one single spin, what is probability that it stop on A?

1/4 ?

Good, B?

Thats what i thought, but wasnt sure

Thanks

I mean the probability of a single spin resting on B?

OH...1/4 also i believe

Yes, can we say the same thing for C?

Yep..1/4 too

Yep..1/4 too

Product means multiply them together.

I did not meen to say that

This is called the multiplication rule!

so multiply 1/4 to the third power

Is it A

Yes and yes A is wrong i think it is 1/64

That's letter B FYI

Am i right

The work you should have shown is
1/4 * 1/4 * 1/4 = 1/64.

No, this kind of problem. I don't have any thing else

The probability to get A is 1/4, sure. But!! to get A at the first spin, it is another topic!!!

Exactly. Each of A,B,C,D has equal probability of 1/4 (4*1/4=1).

If you make a single spin, the probability of landing on A is 1/4.
Do we agree on this ?

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A,B,C,D are mutually exclusive and complementary.

So if you specify A, automatically it excludes the others.

AAAhh, I got you!!! "EXCLUSIVE"
thanks for explanation. gooooooooooooot it

Hope it helped! :)

Surely help. I hate probability, but love logic. hehehe...

Probability is nice, but there are a lot of terms to remember, and their definitions.