#### what if there were would be P(of atleast 2HH in 10 flips). We would probably not use the same method...

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#### Isn't this called complementary counting? Or is it called complimentary counting? What's the differe...

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#### So the question of P(at least 2 heads in 10 flips) was asked and the answer was P(at least 2 heads) ...

Well done! Yes, your generalization works (though you could just start the summation from k=0, to avoid separating the P(X=0) each time). Though be...Read more

#### Why do we subtract those from 1?

"1" represents the total number of possible events, or 100%. If you want to know what the probability is to get at least one Heads, then that is th...Read more

#### Any kind peeps out there to help me understand this problem in detail please? The problem goes: "Tos...

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#### What is the probability that you will get heads four times in a row when flipping a fair coin

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#### I am not really sure when you will use this technique. Can you please explain when using 1- P(not ev...

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#### What does the "Fair" in fair coin represent; what does it mean?

Fair means that the coin has a 50-50% chance of getting HEADS or TAILS. They have that because in some other situations, there are "unfair" coins t...Read more

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