Event A: stops on red Event B: stops on yellow Find P(A or B).

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Event A: stops on red Event B: stops on yellow Find P(A or B).

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lol is it 1/2

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Count how many pieces of the circle there are
12
there are 12
how many red are there?
3
so 3/12
and simplify that
to 1/4
so 1/4 for the first one, red
nonono then it lands on yellow so 6/12 and then 1/2
right?
is it asking for the probability of it landing on either?
no both if you look at it first red than yello so 3/12 + 3/12 so 6/12 = 1/2
I am not sure what it is asking
1/2 is correct
because it is 3/12 if it lands on red, and 3/12 if it lands on yellow, so I guess 1/2 would be correct
A and B are mutually exclusive so P(A or B)=P(A)+P(B)
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