Assuming that the four-sided spinner is fair and that it is numbered in the traditional way of 1, 2, 3 and 4, the probability of spinning a three is 1/4.
Sleeping beauty, The Nettle Spinner, and Rumpelstiltskin are the three I know of.
The answer depends on the design of the spinner: how many sides and what numbers on them.
1 in 3
A triangle has three sides and three angles.
Washing Machine, A salad spinner and blood banks
A triangle with three sides is a polygon.
Triangles have three straight sides.
Daniel spinning any number that does not have 3 as a factor.
The answer will depend on what the experiment is: rolling a die, spinning a spinner, the number of times someone will lose before they win (or the converse), the number of rooms in a house, or whatever. Since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
A plane (flat) shape with three sides is called a "triangle".Notice that if it has three sides, then it must have three angles.
a triangle is a polygon with three sides.
A shape with three and only three sides is a triangle, but it is not possible for a triangle to have three perpendicular sides.
Any shape with three sides and three angles is called a triangle.
All triangles have three sides and three angles bro
It's probably a triangle. A triangle has three sides and three angles.
All triangles have three sides."Tri-angle" means "three angles," and if a shape has three angles, then it also has three sides. A triangle with three sides of the same length is called an "equilateral" or "regular" triangle, one with only two equal sides is "isosceles," and one with three sides of different lengths is called "scalene."
Every triangle has three sides. If it has any number of sides other than three, then it isn't a triangle.
A scalene triangle has three unequal sides An equilateral triangle has three equal sides
A prism has 3 sides.
All triangles have three sides. Hence "tri" meaning three and "angle" meaning... angle. Three angles. Three sides. All triangles have these.