The spinner is spun twice. Two possible outcomes art AC and CA. a. Create a sample space that lists all of the equally likely outcomes. b. Refer to the sample space to find the probability of spinning A one or more times in two spins.

Annette Arroyo 2020-11-30 Answered
The spinner is spun twice. Two possible outcomes art AC and CA.
a. Create a sample space that lists all of the equally likely outcomes.
b. Refer to the sample space to find the probability of spinning A one or more times in two spins.
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Answered 2020-12-01 Author has 94 answers
a.Any of the three letters can be an outcome in each spin so the sample space is:
AA,AB,AC,BA,BB,BC,CA,CB,CC
b.Check for outcomes that have one or two A’s. There are 5 outcomes that have one or two A’s out of the sample space of 9. So, the probability is:
59
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