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# nicole has a machine that will produce a number from 1 through 50 when she pushes a button. p(multiple of 10)? A. p(not 100)? B. p( not multiple of 4) ? C.

Nicole has a machine that will produce a number from 1 through 50 when she pushes a button. p(multiple of 10)? A. p(not 100)? B. p( not multiple of 4) ? C. p( one digit number)?**Nicole has a machine that will produce a number from 1 through 50 when she pushes a button. p(multiple of 10)? A. p(not 100)? B. p( not multiple of 4) ? C. p( one digit number)? a) the possibilities that the number will be a multiple of 10 are: favorable cases: 5 (there are 5 numbers that are multiples of 10 from 1 to 50: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50) possible cases: 50 (there are 50 numbers from 1 to 50) possibilities that the number will be a multiple of 10: ⁽₅ = there are 10% that the number which will be produced after Nicole will push the button will be a multiple of 10b) the possibilities that the number won't be 100 favorable cases = 50 (no number from 1 to 50 is 100) possible cases = 50 (there are 50 from 1 to 50) possibilities that the number won't be 100: ⁽⁵⁰ = there are 100% that the number which will be produced after Nicole will push the button won't be 100c) the possibilities that the number won't be a multiple of 4favorable cases: 50 - 12 = 38 (12 numbers from 1 to 50 are multiples of 4)possible cases: 50possibilities that the number won't a multiple of 4: there are 76% that the number which will be produced after Nicole will push the button won't be a multiple of 4 d) the possibilities that the number will be an one digit number favorable cases: 9 (there are 9 one digit numbers from 1 to 50) possible cases: 50 (there are 50 numbers from 1 to 50) possibilities that the number will be an one digit number: there are 18% that the number which will be produced after Nicole will push the button will be an one digit number**...