A coin is tossed ten times. In each case the outcome H (for heads) or T (for tails) is recorded. (One possible outcome of the ten tosses is denoted
T H H T T T H T T H.)
a. What is the total number of possible outcomes of the coin-tossing experiment?
b. In how many of the possible outcomes are exactly five heads obtained?
c. In how many of the possible outcomes are at least eight heads obtained?
d. In how many of the possible outcomes is at least one head obtained?
e. In how many of the possible outcomes is at most one head obtained?
The total number of possible combinations of tossing a coin times.
A coin is tossed times and each outcome are recorded. Heads are denoted by and tails are denoted by .
In this trial, only head or tail can be obtained as the outcome
The number of ways to obtain exactly heads.
The number of ways to obtain at least eight heads out of ten outcomes.
The number of possible ways to obtain at least one head.
The number of combinationsthat has at most one head on the ten outcomes.
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