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1) in a random survey of students, 152 students could swim and 48 could not.
what is the probability that a student can swim?

2) suppose you spin two spinners, one marked 1 through 4 and the other marked A through E. how many possible outcomes are there?

3) an ice cream store sells 24 different flavors and offers a choice of 3 size of cones and 5 types of sprinkles. how many choices of a cone with sprinkles are there?

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    1. 48/200 = ?

    2. If the events are independent, the probability of both/all events occurring is determined by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events. 4 * 5 = ?

    3. See 2.

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