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In an experiment, Marissa must select a letter card below and spin the spinner once.

A B C D 1 2 3

What is the probability that Marissa's outcome will be the letter card A and the number 3 on the spinner?

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How are the alternatives set up? If they are are all on the same spinner, the probability is zero.

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