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Justine and Mary have designed a new darts game for their Fete Day. Instead of a circle dart board their darts board is a shape of two equilateral triangles. The inner triangle (bullseye) has a side length of 3cm, while the outer triangle has a side length of 10cm. Given that the players dart falls on the broad, what is the probability that the dart lands on the bullseye?
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Justine and Mary have designed a new darts game for their Fete Day. Instead of a circle dart board their darts board is a shape of two equilateral triangles. The inner triangle (bullseye) has a side length of 3cm, while the outer triangle has a side length of 10cm. Given that the players dart falls on the broad, what is the probability that the dart lands on the bullseye?
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