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Let's say you flip 2 coins simultaneously. There are 3 possible outcomes: Both are heads, both are tails, or one is heads and the other is tails. Does this mean that the probability of getting one head and one tail is 1/3?

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    Well, there is 4 possible outcomes: HH,HT,TH,TT. So probability of getting HT is 1/4.

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    Since order is not specified, with 4 possible outcomes, the probability of HT or TH = 1/2

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