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In a certain game, a player throws a standard 6-sided number cube twice per turn. What is the probability that the result of the first throw will be a 5 or a 6, and the result of the second throw will be an even number?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    the probability that the result of the 1st throw will be a 5 or a 6:2/6 the probability that the result of the 2nd throw will be an even number:3/6 So, the probability of happening the both: (2/6)x(3/6)

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    Thank you @mathstudent55 for meddling me!!!

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