Problem 1. Define the sample space of each of the following random experiments.(a) A voter enters a voting booth to vote for one of four presidential candidates, A, B,C, D(b) A biologist tests an oak tree in the field for the presence of rot.Three routers are tested to see if they're functioning or failed.(d) The number of arrivals to a music festival is counted(e) The number of diseased oak trees in a grove of 10 is counted.a nerson who ordered sounhaveonta1sant

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Problem 1. Define the sample space of each of the following random experiments.
(a) A voter enters a voting booth to vote for one of four presidential candidates, A, B,
C, D
(b) A biologist tests an oak tree in the field for the presence of rot.
Three routers are tested to see if they're functioning or failed.
(d) The number of arrivals to a music festival is counted
(e) The number of diseased oak trees in a grove of 10 is counted.
a nerson who ordered soun
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Problem 1. Define the sample space of each of the following random experiments. (a) A voter enters a voting booth to vote for one of four presidential candidates, A, B, C, D (b) A biologist tests an oak tree in the field for the presence of rot. Three routers are tested to see if they're functioning or failed. (d) The number of arrivals to a music festival is counted (e) The number of diseased oak trees in a grove of 10 is counted. a nerson who ordered soun have onta1sant

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Step 1

b.

The sample is given as follows:

S= {presence of rot in the oak tree, absence of rot in the oak tree}.

Step 2

c.

Let the three routers be R1, R2, and R3.

The sample is given as follows:

S= {(R1 failed, R2 failed, R3 failed), (R1 failed, R2 failed, R3 functioning), (R1 failed, R2 functioning, R3 failed), (R1 functioning, R2 failed, R3 fai...

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