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If the spinner is spun twice, what is the probability that the spinner will stop on a consonant and then again on a consonant?
The spinner is a circle divided into 6 equal sections. The sections are labeled L U Z O E and I.
A. two-ninths
B. one-third
C. one-sixth
D. one-ninth***

not sure tho cuz took PSAT all day in 7th grade so work was normal and didn't have time to do the lesson and there was sub so the teacher didn't move due date which is today

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  1. 1/9 is correct
    1/3 for 1st spin, 1/3 for 2nd spin. You just multiply them.

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