Suppose you roll a number cube. Find the probability. P(3 or 4)

Suppose you roll a number cube. Find the probability. P(3 or 4)

asked 2021-01-02
Suppose you roll a number cube. Find the probability. P(3 or 4)

Answers (1)

1. The number of times (r) that a 3 or 4 appers on a number cube is 2, while the total number of sides (t) on a number cube is 6
r=2, t=6
2. To find the probability of rolling a 3 or 4, simply place the number of desired outcomes (r) above the number of total outcomes (t)

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