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If you flip a coin 3 times in a row, What is the probability that is will land ends up every time? Because each coin filp is an independent event, the probability of each coin's landing ends up 1/2. Therefore, the probability of flipping there heads in a row is 1/8.
Can you do a example for me?
As you can see,you have I chance in 8 of flipping heads 3 times in a row. That the individual probabilities are multiplied together illustates an important point-post outcomes don't affect future one's.
I see that, thank you very much Mr Mendelian!!
You are welcome, my friend!
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