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List the different combinations of heads and tails that can occur when a penny and a nickel are flipped.

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Here, a penny and a nickel are tossed together. And the possible outcomes for both the coins could be either head or tail.

Step 2

Thus, the possible arrangements of the faces of these tossed coins would be:

If both show up with heads, that is HH.

If penny shows head and nickel shows tail, that is HT.

If penny shows tail and nick...

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