*PLEASE ANSWER ASAP* Taylor is playing a board game with two friends. Using a single die, one friend rolled a one, and the other friend rolled a three. Taylor needs to roll a number higher than both friends in order to win the game, and she wants to calculate her probability of winning. What is the probability that Taylor will win the game?

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To win, Taylor needs to roll a **4**, or a **5**, or a **6**.

There are six numbers that might come up in any roll. Taylor needs one of the three named above.

Therefore she has __3 chances__ (4, 5, or 6) __out of 6__ possibilities (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6) to win.

So, of course, the answer is **3/6 = 50%**

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