# Pre Algebra

I don't understand how "Counting Outcomes and Theoretical Probability" works! There's a question that says:

You toss two coins. Find P (one head and one tail).

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1. The possible outcomes are:
H H
H T
T H
T T

The first number represents the first coin and the second number represents the second coin

There are two 1 head - 1 tail possibilities out of four possible outomes.

P = 2/4 = 1/2

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2. thank you!

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