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cecile tosses 5 coins one after another
a. how many different outcomes are possible
b. draw a tree to illustrate the different possibilities
c. in how many ways will the first coin turn up heads and the last coin turn up tails
d. in how many ways will the second and thrd and fourth turn up all heads?

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