Determine the probability of compound events.
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A fair six-sided die is rolled twice. What is the theoretical probability that the first number that comes up is greater than or equal to the second number?
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Angie, Bridget, Carlos, and Diego are seated at random around a square table, one person to a side. What is the theoretical probability that Angie and Carlos are seated opposite each other?
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A standard deck of playing cards includes 52 cards, equally divided among 4 suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades.
You have two standard decks of cards. You draw a card from the first deck, record the suit, and then draw a card from the second deck and record the suit.
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Lin plays a game that involves a standard number cube and a spinner with four equal sections numbered 1 through 4. If both the cube and spin result in the same number, Lin gets another turn. Otherwise, play continues with the next player. What is the probability that Lin gets another turn?
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