2 mod 12 probability spinner
 HOW MANY PIECES OF THE SPINNER ARE THERE?HOW MANY COLORS ARE THERE?CAREFUL RED-->GREEN-->HOW MANY:YELLOW-->BLUE--> P(GREEN)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(red)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(blue)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(not yellow)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(not red)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(red or green)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(blue or green)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(red or yellow or blue)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(not black)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent% P(any color)=fractiondecimals nearest 100thno zero's in front or endpercents -- whole numberreduce all fractionsdecimalpercent%
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