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Old 07-29-2007   #4
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Unfortunately, your question is meaningless because you haven't defined what n(S) is supposed to mean.I would presume, though, that S might be the random variable that represents the drawing of one single block.n(S) could be the number of possible outcomes for S. Then the answer would be A: 3.n(S) could also refer to the lowest common denominator of all possible probabilities (which is sometimes referred to as the number of possible events). Then the answer would be D: 11.