Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Algebra
Brandon flips two fair coins multiple times and records the frequency of the results in the following table. 50 trials125trials150trials HH 10 33 37 TH 9 31 38 HT 13 28 38 TT 18 33 37 DETERMINE THE EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY AND
asked by Blake on May 22, 2016 
Algebra Please help me :(
Brandon flips two fair coins multiple times and records the frequency of the results in the following table. 50 trials125trials150trials HH 10 33 37 TH 9 31 38 HT 13 28 38 TT 18 33 37 DETERMINE THE EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY AND
asked by Please Help Blake on May 23, 2016 
maths
Suppose there are 10 coins laid out in front of you. All of the coins are fair (i.e. have an equal chance of heads or tails) except one, which flips to heads every time. You draw one coin at random and flip it 5 times. If each of
asked by sana on March 26, 2013 
math
Clayton has three fair coins. Find the probablitlity that he gets two tails and one head when he flips the three coins.
asked by haseeb on January 31, 2010 
Conditional Probability
Please refer to the illustration at screenshotsfirefoxcom/jZoizoMJf8a3H0UZ/ds055uzetaobbcloudfrontnet to help answer the following question: Zeb's coin box contains 8 fair, standard coins (heads and tails) and 1 coin which has
asked by unowen on February 26, 2018 
Algebra 2/statistics
On a fair 6sided die, each number has an equal probability p of being rolled. when a fair die is rolled n times, the most likely outcome (the mean) is that each number will be rolled NP times, with a standard deviation of sqrt
asked by Jordan on April 30, 2015 
math repost Please Help!
Hello, In a class of 24 students, every student flips fairly two coins 40 times each and records the results. Assume that the class obtained the expected results when they conducted the experiment. a. Make a bar graph illustrating
asked by joe on February 7, 2010 
statistics
Five coins all balanced the same were tossed 150 times. Note that, while the coins are all balanced the same, they may or may not be fair coins. Since five coins were tossed, the possible number of heads for each toss could be
asked by scott on May 13, 2014 
math
You and your friend each have a coin. For each round, each of you flips your coin. If both coins show heads, your friend pays you $3. If both show tails, your friend pays you $1. If the coins don't match, you pay him $2. Is this a
asked by natalie on February 27, 2011 
MATH
Hello, In a class of 24 students, every student flips fairly two coins 40 times each and records the results. Assume that the class obtained the expected results when they conducted the experiment. a. Make a bar graph illustrating
asked by joe on February 7, 2010