# It is equally probable that the pointer on the spinner shown will land on any one of the eight​ regions, numbered 1 through 8. If the pointer lands on a​ borderline, spin again. Find the probability that the pointer will stop on anoddoddnumber or a number greater than66.A circle spinner divided into 8 equal regions numbered 1 through 8.The probability isnothing.​(Type an integer or a fraction. Simplify your​ answer.)

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 It is equally probable that the pointer on the spinner shown will land on any one of the eight​ regions, numbered 1 through 8. If the pointer lands on a​ borderline, spin again. Find the probability that the pointer will stop on an oddodd number or a number greater than 66. A circle spinner divided into 8 equal regions numbered 1 through 8.
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​(Type an integer or a fraction. Simplify your​ answer.)
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Step 1

It is possible for the pointer to land on a number that is both Odd and greater than 6.

Number Odd numbers {1,3,5,7} is 4.

Number Greater than 6 is {7,8} is 2.

7 is only number which Odd and greater than 6. Therefore, the number of numbers greater than 6 and odd is 1.

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