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10-57.

Larry and Barry are playing a game using a penny and a number cube. Larry gets a point for every "three" that is rolled. Barry gets a point for every "head" that is flipped. Is this game fair? Why or why not?

What is the probability that a ''three'' will be rolled? What is the probability that a ''head'' will be flipped?

This game is not fair, because it is more likely that a ''head'' will be flipped than a ''three'' will be rolled.