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2022-12-28

If a coin is tossed twice what is the probability of getting two heads together

Dane Brennan

Expert

The sample space of two tossed coins is:
S: {(H,H),(H,T,),(T,H),(T,T)}
Probability=(No. Of favourable outcomes)/(Total no. Of outcomes)
Here, using the example area, P(getting 2 heads when a coin is tossed twice)= 1/4

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