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Martina played a game with a spinner that had three equal sized-sections. Each section was a different color. She recorded the result of each spin during a game with her friends. The table below shows the total number of times the spinner landed on each color.


What best describes whether the spinner is fair or unfair?

The spinner is fair because it landed on red as often as it landed on blue and green combined.

The spinner is fair because it landed on blue and green the same number of times.

The spinner is unfair because it landed on blue and green the same number of times

The spinner is unfair because it landed on red as often as it landed on blue and green combined. THIS ONE

  1. Ms. Sue

    Yes, you're right.

  2. Loomin The vroomin

    okay thanks

  3. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome.

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