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Asked Nov 8, 2019

An experiment consists in picking **two** M&M's out of a standard bag (not one of the seasonal ones) **in no particular order**, and writing down their colors. List all the possible values of the random variable associated to this experiment.

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The standard colors of M&M candies are red, yellow, violet, orange, green and brown. That is, the total number of colors is ...

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