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The first outcome in sample space is WW, here first W represents the winning of first bid and second W represents the winning of second bid. Other outcomes are WL, LW, and LL. In WL the first W represents the winning of first bid and second L represents the loosing of second bid and in LW in that first L represents the loosing of first bid and second W represents the winning of second bid and LL in that first L represents the loosing of first bid and second L represents the loosing of second bid.

Thus, the possible sample space is {WW, WL, LW, LL}.

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The outcomes of the sample space is {WW, WL, LW, LL}.

Here, the probability of winning of first bid is 0.1 and winning of second bi...

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