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Literature Choices You decide to take a Literature course. A requirement for the course is that you must read one classic book, one nonfiction book, and one science fiction book from the list below. Classic A Farewell to Arms (F) The Grapes of Wrath (G) Tom Sawyer (T) Moby-wingspan (M) Nonfiction John Adams(J) Band of brothers(B) Science Fiction War of the Worlds (W) Dune(D) a)Determine the number of points in the sample space. b)Construct a tree diagram and determine the sample space.Determine the probability that c)John Adams is selected. d) either A Farewell to Arms

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  1. andijo76
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    it is not posting right

  2. andijo76
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    the rest of the question is d) either A Farewell to Arms or Moby-wingspan is selected. e) Moby-wingspan is not selected.

  3. NotSObright
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    a)4*2*2=16

  4. andijo76
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    d and e is not right hold on

  5. NotSObright
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    |dw:1328311174280:dw|

  6. andijo76
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    nice tree lol

  7. andijo76
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    d) either a farewell to arms to moby wingspan is selected e) moby wingspan is not selected

  8. andijo76
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    omg it is not letting me put moby d*ck down its puttin wingspan instead

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