I am studying for the GMAT, but in the midst of taking notes have run across some instructions I just cannot figure out. I have taken Stats, so this will be a refresher, but it seems I forgot tons of stuff I learned in the class.

Here is the instructions given.

For the number cube, if E is the event that the outcome is an odd number, {1, 3, 5}, and F is the event that the outcome is a prime number, {2, 3, 5}, then P(E and F) = P({3, 5}) = 2/6.

Okay, I get hitched where the equatiion includes P({3, 5}). Why is there a 5 in there? It seems that there are 3 odd number, {1, 3, 5}, and 3 prime number, {2, 3, 5}, so why wouldn't the equation read, P({3, 3})?

Thanks for the help!