When we flip a coin a very large number of times, we find that we get half heads, and half tails. We can enumerate all possible outcomes as follows, where H indicates a head, and T a tail: Each occurs a fraction one out of 16 times, or each has a probability of 1/ 16. The probability for N=2 is therefore 6/ 16 = 3/ 8.
Coins. What is the probability of flipping a coin four times in a row and having it land heads each time? flips. For example, one possible sequence is (H, T,H, T), where you get heads The probability of four heads is thus 1/2 of 1/ 8, or 1/ 16.
: A coin is flipped 8 times 16 = t
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