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**nikk** tq for your explanation....base on your explanation...(There are 30 possible outcomes now, when we combine the two events: each of the 6 possible scores on the die can be combined with each of the five numbers 1 through 5. If we represent these outcomes as ordered pairs (score on die, number from set)

Question (i) B, the event in which the die shows an odd score,

ans : 1/2

so what i understand here is the outcomes should be (number from set which is odd, score on die which is odd)

B = { (1,1), (1,3) , (1, 5),

(2,1), (2,3) , (2, 5),

(3,1), (3,3) , (3, 5),

(4,1), (4,3) , (4, 5),

(5,1), (5,3) , (5, 5) }

so, n(B) = 15 n(s) = 30

so P(B) 15/30 = 1/2

is it wright ??