# Algebra

You spin a spinner that has eight equal-sized sections numbered one to eight. Which event is least likely to occur?
• The number is even.
• The number is less than three.
• The number is greater than three.
• The number is a multiple of five.

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1. The number is a multiple of five

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Ms. Sue

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