# Math

At the Spring Field day students are given one chance to spin a spinner and win a prize. The spinner has 4 equal sections. One of the sections has a color on it, and the other three sections have a number on them. To win, the spinner must stop on a section with a number. If 20 students play a game, how many should be expected to win?
A. 3
B. 10
C. 15
D. 18
I have no idea how to solve this question. Can I have some help please?

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1. They need to land on 3 of the 4 sections.

3/4 * 20 =60 / 4 = 15

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Ms. Sue
2. Thank you so much Ms. Sue!

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3. You are welcome ILTHSM_!

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