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posted by austin .
suppose a single die is rolled find:
a) P(6, given that an odd number is rolled)
b) P(5, given that ann odd number is rolled)
is a) 0 and b) 1/6

A is right.
If you are only considering rolling odd numbers, you might want to consider changing the answer to B. With the available numbers 16, there are only 3 odd numbers.
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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