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On a board game if you landed on red you move ahead 1 space,land on blue you move ahead 2 spaces,and land on orange you move back 1 space. If you took 30 spins where would you expect to land relative to where you started?

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    Hard to say. What other colors are there? How many of each color spaces are there? How is the spinner marked? If you're going to post a problem, make it complete, eh?

    I say you land right back where you started. Disprove it.

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