Asked Feb 1, 2020

Suppose you roll a special 60-sided die. What is the probability that you get either an odd number OR one of the following numbers

9 27 30 36 41 58

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The probability that you get either an odd number or one of the following numbers is given below:

From the given information, faces of that die have the numbers 1 to 60 once each, in that 30 of them are odd and 30 of them are even.  The ...

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