# Math

Meiling and Jackie are playing a game of chance with a six-sided number cube. The sides of the cube are numbered 1 to 6. Meiling scores a point each time she rolls a number greater than 4.

Which would give Jackie an ,begin emphasis,equally likely,end emphasis, chance for a point?
A.Jackie rolls a number that is greater than 2.
B.Jackie rolls a number that is less than 2.
C.Jackie rolls a number that is greater than 3.
D.Jackie rolls a number that is less than 3.
E.Jackie rolls a number that is less than 4.

i think its A

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1. There are 2 numbers greater than 4

So, of the choices given, which has exactly 2 possibilities?

Hint. It's not A. There are 4 numbers greater than 2.

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