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(1pt) A coin is tossed and a 6-sided number cube is rolled. How many possible outcomes are there for this experiment? (For example, one outcome is "H2" - a head on the coin and a 2 on the number cube.) A.2 b.6 c.8 d.12

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  1. anonymous
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    six sided number cube? what is that?

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    oh we used to call "number cubes" dice back in the day. ok 2 possible outcomes for the coin {h,t} and 6 for the \[\color{red}{\text {number cube}}\] so \[2\times 6=12\] possible outcomes by the counting principle

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    d)

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