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Virginia will spin each spinner once. What is the total number of different outcomes of a color and a number that can occur?


the first color wheel is three sections of red, blue and green the other circle has sections of 1-8.


Any help would be great and if you can explain in detail too so I can understand how you did it. So thank ful!!!!

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