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1) The situation is: if we want determine the number of a 3-different digits

number from a set of six numbers such as: 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 6

Another situation: If you have a combination lock with six numbers and

you get to pick 3. Say 1, 2, 3. Now 1, 2, 3 will open the lock, but 3, 2, 1 will

not.

2) An event that has a probability of 0: Probability of getting a head/tail when

rolling a die.

Another event: Probability that a person has 7 fingers.

An event that has a probability of 1: Probability of getting a number from 1

to 6 when rolling a die.

Another event: Probability of drawing a red ball from a bag that contains 5

red balls.

3) To explain how you can count the maximum number of license plates a

state can issue:

As, the number of plates is too large to be counted, so it is more

appropriate to use the counting principle to get the total number as we can

determine the possible number of arrangements of numbers and the

possible number of arrangements of letters ...