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If molly tosses a coin and rolls a number cube, what is the probability of the coin landing heads up and the number cube stopping with a 6 on top?

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asked by jill
  1. i'm not a hundred percent sure but i think its 2/12 so 1/6

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    posted by bob
  2. no actully 1/8

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    posted by bob
  3. wouldn't you multiply the two probabilities of each outcome?
    1/2*1/6= 1/12
    what do you think how did you get 1/8?

    thanks

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    posted by jill
  4. Jill, you are correct with 1/12

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    posted by Reiny
  5. Yup!! I did the math problem 3 times and i got 1/12 like Jill and Reiny!!

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