# Math

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A spinner has numbers 1-16 on it.

Probability of 6?
1/16

Probability not 6
15/16

Probability even number 8/16

Probability multiple of 3
5/16?

Probability not a multiple of 3
11/16?

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All are right.

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P(divisble by 4)
4/16?

P(Not divisble by 4)
12/16?

P(24)
0/16?

P(less than 10)
9/16?

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Right -- except you should probably simplify 4/16 and 12/16.

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Okay Thank you

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You're welcome.

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