6th grade math

A single, standard number cube is tossed. What is the probability of getting a number greater than 3?
A. 2/3
B. 1/3
C. 1/6
D. 1/2

I think that it's D because a standard number cube has 6 numbers, and if we could get a number greater than 3, three is half of 6? So 1/2?

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  1. Right!

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    Ms. Sue
  2. incorect it should be 1/3 because it has "greater than 3"

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  3. wow Mitch knows nothing about fractions, Ms.Sue and Lily L are right.

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  4. what is the answer to the test

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  5. Lesson 7: Exploring Probability Unit Test answers pls!

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  6. UM JUST WING IT MY DUDE

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  7. a
    c
    b
    d
    c
    a
    a
    b
    b
    c
    d
    b
    a
    a
    b
    d
    that's all I no

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  8. the last two answers I did not mean to put in! hop you injoy

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  9. Rose you are wrong on a few

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  10. What are the answers

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  11. which ones did she get wrong

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  12. Yea, Rose you are wrong on a few, but I got a few wrong and a lot right, so, win win!!

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  13. 👎😡

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  14. “Rose” is completely wrong I got 1/14
    The real answers are :

    1. C
    2. B
    3. B
    4. B
    5. A
    6. B
    7. B
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A
    11. C
    12. D
    13. C
    14. D

    But remember connections sometimes changes up the questions so your test maybe different that mine , just always check and if something looks off to you it may not be the correct answers for you.

    Hope this helps👍

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  15. kool aid girl what the frik there only 14 answers there should be 15

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  16. All way needs to help the 15th is on your own

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  17. all ways ned help, check your math the last one is a essay question. Do your own eassy question!

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  18. Just to let you guys know kool-aid-girl is trusted on tests. Whenever I see her she gives all the answers correctly. And she doesn't give you #15 which is an essay question. Use Brainly.

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  19. 1. C
    2. B
    3. B
    4. B
    5. A
    6. B
    7. B
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A
    11. C
    12. D
    13. C
    14. D
    15. There are 3 entrees and 3 vegetables if your having a party and everyone wants different meals but from the same menu you would have to do 3x3 which equals 9 so, 9 people will get different meals and if you have more you will have to double up

    plzz don't copy and paste No.15 just use it as a guide (:

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  20. Thanks sick bro. I didn't use the answer to cheat but i checked them after i did the test. You're the best! :)

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  21. @all ways ned help You do know there are 19, right?

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  22. kool Aid has helped me with like sooooooooo much math i reallt hope you see this a year later lol but thxxxxxx

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  23. sorry about spelling

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  24. Cool air girl you got me 10/17
    I have a c in math now thanks 👺👺👺👺👺👺👺👺🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬

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  25. im from connexus, is cool-aid-girl or sick bro right?
    (i have 15 questions)

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  26. is sick bro right for connections

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  27. ._.-.

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  28. sick bro is 100% correct! Thank you sick bro!

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