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### Question of the Day: GMAT Math

Quentin altered a die. Did the probability that it would come up a 6 increase, decrease, or stay the same?

Statement 1: Quentin rolled the die 120 times; it came up a "6" 20 times.

Statement 2: His friend Allen then rolled the die 600 times; it came up a "6" 100 times.

EITHER statement ALONE is sufficient to answer the question.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient to answer the question.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are insufficient to answer the question.

Statement 2 ALONE is sufficient to answer the question, but Statement 1 ALONE is NOT sufficient to answer the question.

Statement 1 ALONE is sufficient to answer the question, but Statement 2 ALONE is NOT sufficient to answer the question.

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