Question

A card is drawn from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. If the
card is a club, a fair coin is flipped 7 times *and the number
of heads flipped is noted.* If it is not a club, the coin is
only flipped 3 times, *but this time the result of each flip is
noted.* The card drawn is not noted in either case. How many
elements are in the sample space for this experiment?

I come up with 24+64. Club for 64. No clubs 8 each total 24.

Why is wrong?

Answer #1

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a
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1.
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