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A single fair die is rolled. Find the probabilities of each event.

Getting a number greater than 2

$\frac{2}{3}$

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 7

Sets and Probability

Section 3

Introduction to Probability

Sequences

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Okay, so it started for sample space that's equal to the face values of our guy, which is from 1 to 6. And now we want to find the probability of getting a number greater than two. So that's equal to the number of elements that are graded into over the number of elements in our sample space to their six elements in our sample space and a number of elements that regraded into that's 3456 That's 1234 That's four elements, so that's equal to 2/3.

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