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Suppose the discrete random variable of interest, x, is the number of rolls that result in a composite number when rolling a die three times (4 and 6 are the possible composite numbers when rolling a die). Complete a tree diagram for the three rolls if the die letting C=(composite number rolled) and N= (composite number not rolled).

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