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Posted by **Jason** on Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 3:53pm.

A. (T,H)(T,T)(T,1)(T,2)(T,3)(T,4)(T,5)

B. (T,H)(H,H)(T,1)(T,2)(T,3)(T,4)(T,5)

C. (T,H)(T,T)(H,1)(H,2)(H,3)(H,4)(H,5)

D. (T,H)(H,H)(H,1)(H,2)(H,3)(H,4)(H,5)

- math 7th grade -
**drwls**, Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 4:09pmWell is has to be C or D because you don't get a spin with tails on the first throw. Of those two, how could there be an (H,H) possibility?

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