There are several different ways in which possible outcomes to events and probabilities of occurrences can be analyzed. Sample spaces are a visual way to show all the possible simple events related to an occurrence, and this can help to clarify what can happen. The three approaches to probability provide quantitative (numerical) representations of probability, thus giving a more exact estimate of how likely something is to occur.For this assignment, you will create a sample space for an event, and then calculate probability for another.Sample Space•Create a sample space for the following procedures and events:oProcedure: flip a coin; Event: tailsoProcedure: rolling dice; Event: even number•Include a summary in which you briefly explain the difference between these two events (Hint – not all things are simple…)Probability•For each of the following situations, calculate the probability of the specified event using the appropriate approach (relative frequency, classical, subjective). In addition, explain why the approach you used was the best fit for the situation.oSam drives to work during rush hour traffic everyday (Monday – Friday). During the past 30 days, Sam has been late for work five times, due to the traffic. What is the probability that Sam was late on any given day in the past 30 days?oln a parking lot, there are 4 cars, 2 trucks, 3 vans, and 5 SUV’s. If a vehicle is selected at random, what is the probability of selecting a car?oln a recent year, there were about 10,000 vehicle accidents in which alcohol was a factor. Of these accidents, 15 resulted in injury to the driver. Based on this information, what is the probability of a driver being injured in a vehicle accident involving alcohol?