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6-87.

A particular spinner only has two regions: green and purple. If the spinner is randomly spun twice, the probability of it landing on green twice is

Find the probability of landing on green in one spin. Make a generic rectangle with the probabilities for Green and Purple at the top and left side. Then fill in the grid by multiplying the probabilities.

P(green and green)

The probabilities of all possible outcomes need to add up to

Use the value of