Construct a table of sample space of a random experiment
Use your sample space to.find the probability that
(1):a tail and an odd number show up
(2):a head and a square show up
(3): a head show up
just list the possible outcomes
how do I answer
well, if you have made the table, just count how many total outcomes there are
Then count the number of successes appear in the list
probability is #success/#total
sometimes that isn't easy to determine, but here the list is quite small.
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