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Answer:Events or elementary events are what one calls the results of random experiments. When throwing a six-sided dice, for example, the elementary events are 1,2,3,4,5,6. When drawing a card from a deck of cards, the elementary events are the 32 different card values. The set of all elementary events is called an event set.

In probability theory, an elementary event (also called an atomic event or sample point) is an event which contains only a single outcome in the sample space. … Elementary events and their corresponding outcomes are often written interchangeably for simplicity, as such an event corresponds to precisely one outcome.