Answer to Question #14598 in Statistics and Probability for shiza
On a disk, an arrow pointing 4 moving on to the numbers 5, 6,1,2 and 3 lies on the disk. A player spins the arrow twice the fraction a/b is formed, where a is the number of the sector where the arrow stops after the first spin and b is the number of the sector where the second spin. On every spin,each of the numbered sectors has an equal probability of being the sector on which the arrow stops. What is the probability that that the fraction a/b is greater than 1?
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