# math

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A coin is tossed. If a head appears, a spinner that can land on any of the numbers from 1 to 5 is spun. If a tail appears, the coin is tossed a second time instead of spinning the spinner. What are the possible outcomes? A. (T,H)(T,T)(T,1)(T,2)(T,3)(T,4)(T,5) B. (T,H)(H,H)(T,1)(T,2)(T,3)(T,4)(T,5) C. (T,H)(T,T)(H,1)(H,2)(H,3)(H,4)(H,5) D. (T,H)(H,H)(H,1)(H,2)(H,3)(H,4)(H,5)

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its C

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