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Fred and Ed each have a bag of candy that contains a lemon drop (L), a cherry drop (C), and an orange drop (O). Each takes out one piece from their bag and eats it. What is the sample space of the possible pairs of candies eaten?
LL CL OO LC CC LO OC CO OL
LC LC LC LO LO LO CO CO CO
LL CL OO LO CC LO OC CL OL
CL LO OC OO LL

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- anonymous

i think it is either A or B but im not sure

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Hmmmmmm, idk

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- anonymous

sample spaces would be LL,LO,LC,CC,CL,CO,OO,OL,OC

- anonymous

If LC is written one time it cannot rewrite in the sample spaces cause we have already mentioned it

- anonymous

the first line you write as i told you above would be the sample spaces

- anonymous

these all would be the sample spaces
LL CL OO LC CC LO OC CO OL

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