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The faces on a fair number cube are labelled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Steven rolls the number cube 48 times.How many times should Steven expect to roll a 3?
a)3
b)8
c)16
d)24

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    1/6 = ?/48

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    what does "/" represent?

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    Divide.

    1/6 is a fraction. We could also say that the number cube will show a 3 only 1 time out of 6.

    What is an equivalent fraction with 48 as the denominator?

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