## Counters

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# Counters

You have a box containing four counters numbered 5, 6, 7, and 8. You randomly choose one counter.

- How many outcomes are there in the sample space?
- What is the probability that you will select the 5?
- If you select the 5 and do not replace it, how many outcomes will there be in the new sample space?
- Based on this new sample space, what is the probability of selecting a 6?
- Illustrate your thinking with a tree diagram, a list, and/or a table.
- What is the probability of first selecting the 5 and then selecting the 6, assuming that you do not replace the first counter?