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three coins are tossed simultaneously ,what is the is the possible outcome of getting two head one tail ???

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    Your typing seems all messed up, but I am assuming you want the probability of 2 heads and one tail.

    Could be HHT HTH or THH, that is
    prob(stated event) = 3/8

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