# Math

A bag contains 12 slips of paper of the same size. Each slip has one number on it, 1-12. Find P(even number). Find P (a number less than 6). Find P (an odd number). Find P (a number greater than 8).

1. 6/12 chance P will be even
5/12 chance P will be less then 6
6/12 chance P will be odd
4/12 chance P will be greater then 8

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