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The experimental probability of a coin landing on heads is 7/

12. if the coin landed on tails 30 timefind the number of tosses?

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The answer depends on WHAT is landed: a number cube, a tetrahedral die, some other polyhedron, a spinner?

Nothing is possible. There is just... land,landed,and landing.

The first landing was by the USSR in 1959 when they crashed landed Luna 2. The first soft landing with the aid of rockets came in 1966 when the USSR landed Luna 9 The first manned landing was when the US landed Apollo 11 in 1969

The probability is 0 because she has never been near a forest.

By sticking their landing sticks to the moon craters.

The Moon landing was "in" the Sea of Tranquility

For a start, 6 Apollos landed on the moon. But on the Earth, the main difference is that the shuttle lands on a conventional runway, the Apollo capsule splash landed in the sea.

The largest number landed on small landing boats, but many by parachute and in large gliders.

The Apollo capsule landed by parachute in the ocean. The shuttle lands like an airplane.

The first landing was in "The Sea of Tranquillity".

Apollo 11 landed on the moon in the year 1969.

Apollo 11 landed on the moon on 20 July, 1969.

i think you mean when was the first moon landing. it was in 1969 A.D

They landed on the moon on 20th of July 1969.

Like flying machines on Earth, UFOs are equipted with landing gear.

the allied forces landed in France on this day.

well some of us have different oppinions but frankly i think no nobody has landed on the moon.Evidence shows in the clip of the landing the falg is blowing and there is know air in space and the direction of shadows also predict that the moon landing is fake

Apart from technical conversation about the control and status of the flight, "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed".

in 1997 the pathfinder mission landed on mars and the sojourner rover was able to explore the surrounding area of the landing site.

30% of people today think that moon landing is fake.

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