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Considera compoound experment in which a nickel is flipped and then a quarter is flipped, need to know all the possible outcomes I came up with 4. correct? also need to know the probability of each possible outcome

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    Nh, Qh
    Nh, Qt
    Nt, Qt
    Nt, Qh

    If there are four outcomes, the probability of any one outcome = 1/4 = .25.

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