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1. A spinner has four outcomes Three outcomes have the same probability and the fourth is half as likely.

2. A spinner has three outcomes, each half as likely as the one before it.

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    1. 3.5n = 360º

    2. n + .5n +.25n = 360º

    Solve for n.

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