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There are 6 different shapes in a bag. Each student will draw one shape, trace it, then return it to the bag.
How many outcomes are possible?
Are all of the outcomes equally likely?

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    I assume there is only one of each shape in the bag. If so, the are six different outcomes for the first draw that are all equally likely.

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