Pre-Algebra

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Hi,

Well, I have a test tomorrow and I was hoping that's someone could maybe help me?

I don't understand probability...
Here's a question I don't understand:
Find the probability of tossing three coins and getting only two tails.

Can anyone help?

  • Pre-Algebra -

    it's called the Theoretical Probability... Can anyone help???

  • Pre-Algebra -

    never mind, I found out myself =]

  • Pre-Algebra -

    Did you get 3/8 ?

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