Sam spun a spinner that is evenly spaced and numbered from 1 to 10. When it stopped, Sam spun it again. What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin and on an odd number on the second spin?
A.1/5
B.1/10
C.3/20
D.2/25

Q:
Sam spun a spinner that is evenly spaced and numbered from 1 to 10. When it stopped, Sam spun it again. What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin

and on an odd number on the second spin?
A.1/5
B.1/10
C.3/20
D.2/25

A: What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin and on an odd number on the second spin? The answer is: D.2/25

Sam spun a spinner that is evenly spaced and numbered from 1 to 10. When it stopped, Sam spun it again. What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin and on an odd number on the second spin? A.1/5 B.1/10 C.3/20 D.2/25

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User:
Sam spun a spinner that is evenly spaced and numbered from 1 to 10. When it stopped, Sam spun it again. What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin and on an odd number on the second spin?
A.1/5
B.1/10
C.3/20
D.2/25

Weegy: What is the probability that the spinner stopped on a number less than 4 on the first spin and on an odd number on the second spin? The answer is: D.2/25 Expert answered|vandar|Points 220|

User:
Mack rolled two number cubes. What is the probability that the sum of the numbers Mack rolled is either 6 or 8?
A.1/3
B.1/4
C.5/18
D.2/9

Weegy: 1/3There are 12 ways of getting a sum of 8 or greater out of 36 possible outcomes when you roll two number cubes Expert answered|audrey17|Points 854|

User:
Andrea's change purse contained 8 quarters, 9 dimes, and 8 nickels. If Andrea chose 2 coins randomly without replacing them in her purse, what is the probability that she chose 2 dimes?
A.2/5
B.3/25
C.27/200
D.72/625

User: new school randomly assigns a five-character student code to every prospective student. The school uses the characters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, W, X, Y, and Z. If none of the student codes contain a repeated character, what is the total number of codes that can be randomly assigned?

Weegy: what is the probability that exactly four of them will be?
# of ways to pick a class: 2
# of ways to pick 4 of the five: 5C4 = 5
# of ways to pick 1 of the 55: 55
# of ways to pick 5 from 60: 5461512
P(exactly 4 of the 5 friends are in one of the [ classes)= [2*5*55]/5461512
= 550/5461512 = 0.0001007047... ] Expert answered|audrey17|Points 854|

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