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Could you help me with this? If there are penny, nickel and a dime are tossed what are the outcome for eact event? Pls help, Thank you.
1/3 for each coin.

  • Math - to explain further?

    the likelihood of a heads or tails for each separate event: P, N, and D is 1/2 since there are two sides to a coin.

    i'm not sure if the q is asking something about a combination of the events.

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