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Two dice are rolled Find the probabilities in parts b e

Two dice are rolled. Find the probabilities in parts b–e. Use the sample space given in Example 4.3 (p. 175).

a. Why is the set (2, 3, 4, .. , 12) not a useful sample space?

b. P(white die is an odd number)

c. P(sum is 6)

d. P(both dice show odd numbers)

e. P(number on black die is larger than number on white die)

a. Why is the set (2, 3, 4, .. , 12) not a useful sample space?

b. P(white die is an odd number)

c. P(sum is 6)

d. P(both dice show odd numbers)

e. P(number on black die is larger than number on white die)

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