Bitzer recites random irrelevant facts about horses to show that: A. horses really don’t matter. B. students are being taught irrelevant material. C. students are creative in their answers to questions.

Bitzer recites random irrelevant facts about horses to show that: A. horses really don’t matter. B. students are being taught irrelevant material. C. students are creative in their answers to questions.

Bitzer recites random irrelevant facts about horses to show that students are being taught irrelevant material.

Bitzer recites random irrelevant facts about horses to show that: A. horses really don’t matter. B. students are being taught irrelevant material. C. students are creative in their answers to questions.

Weegy: First we need to look at all of the possible sums we can get from rolling two dice. Each die has these possible outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. We can make a table to represent the combinations. [ As you can see there are 36 possible combinations, 3 of which are greater than 10, and these are shaded. So, we have 36 possible outcomes and 3 favorable ones: 3/36 = 1/12 would be equal to 8.3% ] (More)

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