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# Probability part 2

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### Probability part 2

1. 1. Determining the Sample SpaceThere are four ways to determine the samplespace, those are:1. Listing2. Tree Diagram3. Table4. Cartesian Diagram
2. 2. ListingWe have a coin which have number side andpicture side. The sample space are :S={N,P}n(S)=2
3. 3. Tree DiagramWe have a coin which have number side andpicture side. Then, we throw it for two timesWe can find the sample space by using treediagram like this one.
4. 4. N presents the Number sideP presents the Picture sideS = {(N,N),(N,P),(P,N), (P,P)}
5. 5. TableP NP (P,P) (P,N)N (N,P) (N,N)The sample space is {(P,P),(P,N),(N,P),(N,N)}The sample points are (P,P),(P,N),(N,P),(N,N)
6. 6. Cartesian DiagramThe sample points are(P,P),(P,N),(N,P),(N,N)The sample space (S) is{(P,P),(P,N),(N,P),(N,N)}
7. 7. Look at the coin which has number side and picture side.Picture side(P) Number side(N)Then :Sample space (S) = { N , P }Sample point = N and P, then n(S) = 2example
8. 8. Then :Sample space (S) = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 }Sample point = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, then n(S) = 6The Probability : Number1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Number 5 Number6Question : What does sample space mean?