Here's the question:

Suppose that a wheel, partitioned into three equal quadrants (labeled 1, 2, and 3), is spun 2 times.

**a) List all the outcomes in the Sample Space.** Code:

`1,1`

1,2

1,3

2,1

2,2

2,3

3,1

3,2

3,3

**b) What is the probability that each spin lands on either the number "1" or the number "2"?**
With this question, would I simply be counting the outcomes with only "1's" and "2's" and divided the total number of outcomes? For example, I counted "1,1" "1,2" "2,1" "2,2" = 4 and divide by 9 to get .44

Is this correct?

**c) What is the probability that both spins land on the same number?**
Each number has a .33 probability of being landed on, so I assume I multiply the probability twice to get .1089