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THE MULTIPLICATION PRINCIPLE(MINI-PROJECT BY BETH)

Beth's poster displays the twelve possible
outcomes that can result if one flips a coin, and then rolls a single
die. The outcomes from flipping a coin are in the set {H,T}, and the
outcomes from rolling a single die are in the set {1,2,3,4,5,6} The
multiplication principle states there would be 2**x**6 = 12 outcomes if the two
events are combined. These outcomes are in the set

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