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anonymous
 5 years ago
You roll a black die and a white die. Let event A be "the sum of the dice is odd" and let event B be "one die shows a 4." Which of the following sets represents the intersection of these two events? (The ordered pairs you see in the answers tell first the value of the black die, then the value of the white die.)
anonymous
 5 years ago
You roll a black die and a white die. Let event A be "the sum of the dice is odd" and let event B be "one die shows a 4." Which of the following sets represents the intersection of these two events? (The ordered pairs you see in the answers tell first the value of the black die, then the value of the white die.)

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amistre64
 5 years ago
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