Math plz help fast
posted by Harley
1. P(7) (1 point)
1/7
1/8***
3/8
7/8
2. P(not 7) (1 point)
1/7
1/8
5/8
7/8***
3. P(a multiple of 2) (1 point)
0.25
0.5***
0.625
0.75
4. P(a factor of 12) (1 point)
12.5%
25%
50%
62.5%***
5. Which event has the greatest likelihood? (1 point)
spinning 7
spinning not 7***
spinning a multiple of 2
spinning a factor of 12

Harley
The Question is find the probability of spinning each of the following, there is a spinner with 7,8,1,2,3,4,5,6,

bobpursley
i agree on all.
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