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 Apr 20, 2020
edited by TacoBell  Apr 20, 2020
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a) Fill this in like a multiplication table:

  2 4 6
1 2 4 6
3 6 12 18
5 10 20 60

 

b) There are a total of 9 possible scores that one can get. Two of them result in a 6, meaning that the possibility of getting a 6 is 2/9, or 1/3, or 33.3%.

 

c) Do the same thing like you did in b. There are a total of 9 possible scores. 5 of them being over 10, that means the possibility to get a score over 10 is 5/9, or 55.55%

 Apr 20, 2020

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