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A pair of dice is rolled~ A possible event is rolling a multiple of 5.
What is the probability of the complement of the event?
A. 2/36
B. 12/36
C. 29/36
D. 32/36

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    Getting 5 or 10?
    7 ways to get the event, so Pr=7/36
    Then the complement Pr= 1-Preventg= 29/36

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