Andrea rolls a number cube twice. She determines P(even, then odd) = . Which statements

Andrea rolls a number cube twice. She determines P(even, then odd) = . Which statements are accurate? Check all that apply.
Andrea’s solution is incorrect.
The total number of possible outcomes is 12.
The probability of each simple event is .
There are three possible outcomes on each number cube.
The probability of the compound event is less than the probability of either event occurring alone.
P(even, then odd) = P(odd, then even)