# math

The probability of choosing a 6 at random from a standard deck of playing cars is 1/13.Use this information for 1 and 3.

1. what is the complement of the event of choosing a 6 ?

2. What is the probability of the complement of the event of choosing a 6 ?

3. You roll a standard number cube 1,000 times. Predict the number of times you will roll a 2 or a 5.

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1. The probability of choosing a 6 at random from a standard deck of playing cars is 1/13.Use this information for 1 and 3.

1. what is the complement of the event of choosing a 6 ?

2. What is the probability of the complement of the event of choosing a 6 ?

3. You roll a standard number cube 1,000 times. Predict the number of times you will roll a 2 or a 5.

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