>>Tossing a coin then rolling a die so we have two things kind of in tandem with one another. We toss the coin, we roll a die. Let's list the sample space first of all. The sample space, all of the possible outcomes for this situation, well let's see we could toss a head and roll a 1. We could toss a head and roll a 2, toss head roll 3, toss head roll 4, head 5, head 6. Then we could go through and toss a tail with all of those items on the die so T1 throughT6. So now these are all the possible outcomes for this situation. Now what about the probability of tossing a head and rolling an odd number, so head and odd. Let's see how many of the items in the sample space would fill this description. H1 is head odd, H3 and H5 all H odd items so there are 3 items that would be favorable outcomes out of the total possible outcome of 12 so 3 over 12 or 1 fourth or .25 or 25 percent. How about the probability of a tail and a number greater than 4? Let's underline those, tail and greater than 4. Let's see, here are all the tails. A tail greater than 4 well that's just 2 items so with 2 out of 12 or 1 sixth for the probability.