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Basic Statistics & Probability
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Basic Counting Principle Examples Page 1

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Example 1

There are 4 different coins in this piggy bank and 6 colors on this spinner.

piggy bank and spinner

If you pick 1 coin and spin the spinner:

a) how many possible outcomes could you have?

b) what is the probability that you will pick a quarter and spin a green section?

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