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you flip a coin twice. what is the probility you get no heads? thanks. i think it is 1/4.is this right.

2/4

2/4 sooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry but you are wrong i think well can you help me on my questions'

yes, 1/4 is correct.

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