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if freddy tosses a coin three times, what is the probability that the coin will turn up hesds,tails,heads, tails in that order? I came up with 1/2 correct?
also the ratio length to the width of the alamo isabout 5to 3 if the width of the alamo is 63ft about how long is the alamo? would that be 37.4ft?
THANK YOU.

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asked by jill
  1. It would help if you proofread your questions before you posted them. You indicate three tosses with four outcomes.

    The probability of any one toss = 1/2

    The probability of all/both events occurring = product of the individual events.

    If ratio of length to width = 5/3 and width = 63, the length will be > 63.

    5/3 = x/63

    Solve for x.

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