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A spinner has 14 equal sectors with different letters for each sector, as shown below:Victoria spins the spinner 18 times, and it stops at the letter B 10 times. If she spins the spinner a 19th time, what is the theoretical probability that this time it will stop at the letter B?

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    @arindameducationusc

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    It does not matter how much times Victoria spins. Her 19th spin will be independent on her previous spin. So its just possible outcome/total possible outcome which is 1/14

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    Yes I agree with @Shalante

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    can you help with one more?

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