Firstly, apologies. It has been many years since I last took a probabilities course, and so I know this will be a hard slog through to Feb exam.

Now to basic question:

In the example where it talks of rolling a die there are 64 subsets, or 2^6. It is obvious where the 6 comes from, but where is the 2 from?

Now to basic question:

In the example where it talks of rolling a die there are 64 subsets, or 2^6. It is obvious where the 6 comes from, but where is the 2 from?

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