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A bag contains the two tiles shown. One tile is drawn at random from the bag. The tile is returned to the bag and again a tile is drawn from the bag.
What is the sample space for this experiment?
A.
{L, M}
B.
{LL, LM, MM}
C.
{LL, LM, ML, MM}
D.
{L}
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