A coin is tossed once Then if it comes up
A coin is tossed once. Then, if it comes up heads, a die is thrown once; if the coin comes up tails, it is tossed twice more. Using the notation in which (H, 2) , for example, denotes the event that the coin comes up heads And then the die comes up 2, And (T, T, T) denotes the event that the coin comes up tails three times in a row, list
(a) The 10 elements of the sample space S;
(b) The elements of S corresponding to event A that exactly one head occurs;
(c) The elements of S corresponding to event B that at least two tails occur or a number greater than 4 occurs.
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