Clifland
2021-08-10
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One of the wagers in roulette is to bet that the ball will stop on a number that a multiple of 3. (The roulette wheel Includes the numbers 0,00and 1 - 36 . and 00 are not considered multiples of 3.) If the ball stops on such a number, the player wins double the amount bet. What is the probability of winning this bet? (Write your answer as a fraction.)

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yagombyeR

Answered 2021-08-11
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Step 1

It is given that in a roulette, if ball stops on a number, which is a multiple of 3, the player wins the bet.

Step 2

Total number of outcomes,

Favourable out comes,

Probability of winning

Hence probability of winning

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