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Which event is considered neither likely nor unlikely? A. rolling a number greater than one on a six-sided number cube B. rolling a 1 on a six-sided number cube C. getting heads when flipping a coin D. choosing a X, Y, or Z from a bag containing all letters in the alphabet

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Llama11

A.) it is possible to roll a number greater than 1 on a six sided number cube.  - So it is likely. B) It is possible to roll a 1.  - So it is likely. C) It is possible to get a heads when flipping a coin.  - So it is likely. D) It is possible to choose a X, Y or Z from the alphabets. - So it is likely. Am sorry did not see any one that is neither likely nor unlikely. There is likelihood in each of the Event, but to some varying degree. I hope this helps.

smithshanell13

Hey there  The answer is D. choosing a X, Y, or Z from a bag containing all letters in the alphabet. There are 46 different  alphabets. You have 3/46 chances 6% out of 100 of picking those letters 

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