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If a spinner is spun twice what is the probability that the arrow will stop ona vowel both times?

Letters are: T, A, D, U, P,I

A. 2/9
B. 1/4
C. 1/3***
D. 11/36

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  1. half of the letters are vowels

    so, one half times one half

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  2. That's not really a choice so I'm kind of lost. When I worked it out I got 1/2. I don't see how any of these other choices are possible.

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  3. Multiply, as Scott told you.
    (1/2) * (1/2) = ?

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  4. I did and I got 0.25.I don't get it.....WAIT I think it would be 1/4. Is that right?

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  5. Yes, 1/4 is right.

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  6. Thank you so much Ms. Sue!!!! And Thank you too Scott!!!!

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  7. You're welcome.

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  8. Is not an answer.

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