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A game involves rolling a fair six-sided die. If the number obtained on the die is a multiple of three, the player wins an amount equal to the number on the die times $20. If the number is not a multiple of three, the player gets nothing. How will you model the simulation for the roll of a die? A) Use the number 1-20 to represent the number rolled when a player wins B)Use the number 1-6 to represent the unfavorable outcome. C)Use the number 1-3 to represent all the out come D) Use the number 1-10 to represent the unfavorable outcome E) The Problem cannot be solved using a simulation

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  1. whpalmer4
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    If you have a six-sided die, presumably the sides are numbered 1-6. How many of those numbers are multiples of three?

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