Jerry N.

asked • 12/15/20

. Find the probability that the spinner lands on blue. Find the number of elements in event​ E, n(E), and the total number of outcomes in the sample​ space, n(S).

A circular spinner is divided into 9 sectors of equal area. There are 2 red​ sectors, 3 ​blue, 3 ​yellow, and 1 green. Consider the experiment of spinning the spinner once. Find the probability that the spinner lands on blue.

Find the number of elements in event​ E, n(E), and the total number of outcomes in the sample​ space, n(S).


​n(E)= ________

​n(S)= ____________

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