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nuccioreggie
 one year ago
A spinner has 12 equal sectors with different letters for each sector, as shown below:
A spinner with 12 equal sectors is shown. The sectors are labeled B, Y, G, C, P, O, V, M, A, D, E, and R.
Hamlet spins the spinner 5 times, and it stops at the letter B 4 times. If he spins the spinner a 6th time, what is the theoretical probability that this time it will stop at the letter B?
1 over 12
1 over 10
1 over 5
1 over 4
nuccioreggie
 one year ago
A spinner has 12 equal sectors with different letters for each sector, as shown below: A spinner with 12 equal sectors is shown. The sectors are labeled B, Y, G, C, P, O, V, M, A, D, E, and R. Hamlet spins the spinner 5 times, and it stops at the letter B 4 times. If he spins the spinner a 6th time, what is the theoretical probability that this time it will stop at the letter B? 1 over 12 1 over 10 1 over 5 1 over 4

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