Deshawn lets “T” represent a student taking art and “H” represent a student not taking art. He lets the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the number cube represent a student taking Spanish, and the numbers 5 and 6 represent a student not taking Spanish. The table shows the results of Deshawn’s simulation.

Here’s what the table supposed to look like:

T5; T2; H1; T5; H2

T3; H6; H4; H4; T1

H6; H1; T6; T2; T4

T3; H3; H4; H4; T1

1. Find the probability that a student at Greendale Middle School takes both art and Spanish.

A.3/20

B.2/5

C.7/20 <- I'm thinking…

D.1/10

2. Find the probability that a student at Greendale Middle School takes neither art nor Spanish.

A.3/20

B.2/5

C.7/20

D.1/10 <- I'm thinking

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