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a spinner is split into three equal sections numbered one through three. What is the probability of spinning two threes in a row?

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  1. 1/6 because there are three different possibilities and u are spinning it twice so 3+3=6 and that is 1/6

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  2. I am doing this problem now and I really don't get it

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  3. I don't understand the question and I'm really confused.

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  4. the answer is 1/9

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