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in major league baseball there are two leagues that compete to make the play offs the american league has three divisions the east and cental divisions with 5 teams each ad the west division with 4 teams the national league is made up of the east and west divisions which have 5 teams each in it and the central divisions has 6 teams four teams from each league american and national will make the playoffs each league will send the three division leaders ad wild card team the wild card team the wild card team is the team with the best record in the league not including the three diision leaders assuming all play offs are equally good whats is the probabilit of a team in each division making the plyoffs there re 6 precantaes you must give me please round your answer to the nearest thousands of a percent

AL EAST
.baltimore orioles
.boston red sox
.new york yankees
.tampa bay rays
.toronto blue rays

AL CENTRAL
.chicago white sox
.cleveland indians
.detriot tigers
.kansas city royals
.minnesota twins

AL WEST
.los angeles angels
.oakland athletics
.seattle mariners
.teaxes rangers

NL EAST
.atlanta braves
.flordia marlins
.new york mets
.philidelpia phillies
.washington nationals

NL CENTRAL
.chicago cubs
.cincnniati reds
.houston astros
.milwaukee brewers
.itssburg pirates
.st.louis cardinals

NL WEST
.arizona diamondbacs
colordo rockies
.los angeles dodgers
.san diego padres
.san franisco giants

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