Math 157

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when a coin is tossed 4 times, 16 equally likely outcomes are possible, what are they

  • Math 157 -

    HHHH
    Four versions with one tail
    HHTT
    TTHH
    HTTH
    THHT
    THTH
    HTHT
    Four versions with one head
    TTTT

    You should be able to figure out the four versions.

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