1. A box contains 4 bolts. Two of them,

labeled #1 and #2, are 5 mm in diameter, and two of them, labeled #3

and #4, are 7 mm in diameter. Bolts are randomly selected until a 5 mm

bolt is obtained. The outcomes are the sequences of bolts that can be

selected. So one outcome is 1, and the other is 342. Let X represent

the number of bolts selected.

a. list all possible outcomes

b. let a be the event that only one bolt is selected.list the outcomes in a

c. let B be the event that three bolts are selected. list the outcomes in B

d. let C be the event that bolt#2 is selected.list the outcomes in C.

e. let D be the event that bolt #4 is selected.list the outcomes in D.

labeled #1 and #2, are 5 mm in diameter, and two of them, labeled #3

and #4, are 7 mm in diameter. Bolts are randomly selected until a 5 mm

bolt is obtained. The outcomes are the sequences of bolts that can be

selected. So one outcome is 1, and the other is 342. Let X represent

the number of bolts selected.

a. list all possible outcomes

b. let a be the event that only one bolt is selected.list the outcomes in a

c. let B be the event that three bolts are selected. list the outcomes in B

d. let C be the event that bolt#2 is selected.list the outcomes in C.

e. let D be the event that bolt #4 is selected.list the outcomes in D.

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