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A quality control inspector selects a part to be tested. The part is then declared acceptable, repairable, or scrapped. Then another part is tested.

 

Find the number of possible of outcomes of this experiment regarding two parts.

 

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According to the provided details there are 3 options for the first part and 3 options for the...

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Total number of outcomes = 3x 3 =9

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