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If you spin the spinner below twice, what is P(vowel, then K)?
the spinner has these letters: Z A J S U K
1/18
2/9
1/9
1/2
I think 1/9

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  1. Prob(vowed, then Q)
    = (3/6)(1/6)
    = 3/36
    = 1/12

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  2. 1/12 isn't an option.

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  3. Sorry LOL
    I am pretty sure 1/9 is correct!

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  4. 2 vowels in 6 letters 2/6 = 1/3
    p(vowel) = 1/3

    p(k) = 1/6

    independent spins so
    1/3 * 1/6 = 1/18

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    posted by Damon
  5. the two spins are independent events

    P(vowel) = 1/3

    P(K) = 1/6

    multiply the probabilities

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    posted by R_scott
  6. okay lol! thank you :P

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  7. Thanks R_Scott :)
    My credibility seems to be low today.

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    posted by Damon
  8. I hope this will help but I found this (also ik im late xD)

    p(vowel) = 4/6
    p(p) = 1/6
    so p(vowel, then p) = 4/6 x 1/6 = 4/36 = 1/9

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  9. (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ

    Please stop misleading people.

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    posted by Damon
  10. Damon ... look at the time stamps ... the answers are appearing almost simultaneously ... good group effort

    reality has to out shout stupidity

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    posted by R_scott
  11. SOMEONE JUST POST TEH ANSWERS GOSH

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  12. They cant...The test is different for everyone

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  13. They cannot just post the answers, they need to help not cheat, if you read the guide lines, and the rules or jiskha you would know, they would get banned for cheating you silly butt @Jusybeingcool:) @Damon we cannot just post the direct answers, and as for @(づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ it quite isn't nice to misslead or give them false answers, even tho its a test and they shouldnt cheat, your cheating yourself out by doing so, and as for the rest who see this note, please do have a good day

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    posted by Hunter
  14. post above by me

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