# Basic problem on probability

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Quen: suppose that all the residents of a particular town are bald or have brown hair or have black hair. Furthermore, each resident has blue eyes or brown eyes. We select one resident at random. Give a sample space s for this experiment and define, as subsets, these events:
A: the selected resident is bald​
B: the selected resident has blue eyes​
C: the selected resident has brown hair and brown eyes.​

#### Subhotosh Khan

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Quen: suppose that all the residents of a particular town are bald or have brown hair or have black hair. Furthermore, each resident has blue eyes or brown eyes. We select one resident at random. Give a sample space s for this experiment and define, as subsets, these events: A: the selected resident is bald
B: the selected resident has blue eyes
C: the selected resident has brown hair and brown eyes.
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