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In each of the following, describe the sample space for the indicated experiment.
A die is thrown two times.
Let 1,2,3,4,5,6 denote the event the respective numbers comes when the die is thrown
The total number of sample space =(6×6)=36
We define the possible outcomes by an ordered set (x, y)
x denotes the outcome of the first time the die is thrown
y denotes the outcome of the second time the die is thrown
The sample spaces
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