Find the probability of rolling a number other than the number 1 when a die numbered 1-6 is rolled. P(not 1) P(odd number)
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Angie Waters
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As there are six possibilities and we are considering the probability of the outcome NOT being a number 1, or being an odd number (that is, 1,3,5)- then there are 5 other possibilities and 3 other possibilities respectively.
P (not 1) = `5/6` or 5:6 or 83%
P (odd ) = `3/6=1/2` or 1:2 or 50%
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