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A spinner has 4 equal sections: red, white, blue, and green. john spins the spinner and tosses a coin. which shows the sample space for spinning the spinner and tossing the coin?

I have a chart but I cant figure out how to get into this question.

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asked by Katie
  1. two choices for coin
    for each of those you have four choices of color
    or equivalently
    four choices for coin
    for each of those four choices for color

    eg.............. 1......... . 2
    1. red ::::: | heads | tails
    2. white ::: | heads | tails
    3. blue ::::: | heads | tails
    4. green ::: | heads | tails

    8 possible outcomes

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    posted by Damon
  2. typo
    or equivalently
    four choices for color
    for each of those two choices for coin

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    posted by Damon
  3. Thank you so so much.
    I really want to solve my questions.

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