1-24 ■ Counting These exercises involve counting.
Coin Toss A coin is tossed, a die is rolled, and a card is drawn from a deck. How many possible outcomes does this experiment have?
The total possible outcome of the experiment.
Given that, a coin is tossed, a die is rolled, and a card is drawn from a deck.
The counting principle is,
If are events occur in order and if event can occur in ways then the sequence of events can occur in order in ways.
There are three choices,
At first stage chose a coin is tossed which have two possible outcomes,
At the second stage, choose Die is rolled and have six possible outcomes
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