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3. Two cards are drawn form a standard deck of 52 cards. Explain why each of the following sets is not a Sample Space for this experiment. For each set, state all of the characteristics of a Sample Space which that set fail to have, giving an example of how it violates that necessary property of a Sample Space.
(a) {at least 1 black card drawn, at least 1 red card drawn}
(b) {at least one heart drawn, at least one club drawn}
(c) {no reds drawn, no blacks drawn}

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A sample space should contain all possible outcomes. The following fail to be sample spaces because:
(a) {at least 1 black card ...

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