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Asked Oct 30, 2019

A die is rolled, and two coins are flipped. The number on the die is doubled for each tail that comes up, and then recorded.

a. List all possible outcomes of this random experiment.

b. Assuming that the die and both coins are fair, determine the probability space.

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