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# An experiment is rolling two fair dice and adding the spots together. Find the following probabilities;...

An experiment is rolling two fair dice and adding the spots together. Find the following probabilities; enter all answers as simplified fractions using the / bar between numerator and denominator, with no extra space

Blank #1: Find the probability of getting a sum of 3.

Blank #2: Find the probability of getting the first die as a 4.

Blank #3: Find the probability of getting a sum of 8.

Blank #4: Find the probability of getting a sum of 3 or sum of 8.

Blank #5: Find the probability of getting a sum of 3 or the first die is a 4.

Blank #6: Find the probability of getting a sum of 8 or the first die is a 4.

Blank #7: Find the probability of not getting a sum of 8.

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