# Math

A basketball player with a free throw shooting percentage of 60% gets fouled and goes to the line
to shoot two free throws. What are the odds in favor of her making her first shot?

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1. prob of making first shot = 6/10 = 3/5
prob of NOT making it = 2/5

so the odds in favour of making it = 3:2

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2. Idk that's y im asking

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3. 3/5

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