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nuccioreggie

  • one year ago

A spinner is separated into 5 equal pieces, as shown below: A spinner is shown with five colors, brown, blue, purple, orange and red marked on it. The arrow points towards the brown color. Patrick spins the spinner 9 times. What is the theoretical probability that it stops on the brown sector on the last spin? 1 over 45 1 over 25 1 over 9 1 over 5

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    C, of course. Please do not tag so many people!

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