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The probability that 2 flipped coins both come up heads is 0.52 or 0.25

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Q: What is the chance that that 2 flipped coins both come up heads?
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The probability that both of two tossed coins will come down heads is?

1 chance in 4

Two coins are tossed What is the probability of both coins are heads?

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A fair nickel and a fair dice are tossed once outcomes match when both coins land on heads or both coins land on tails What is the theoretical probability of a match?

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What would be the outcomes of tossing 2 coins once?

Two ways to think about it: 1: 25% both heads 50% one of each 25% both tails -or- 2: 25% heads/heads 25% heads/tails 25% tails/heads 25% tails/tails

If you flip two coins what are the odds they will both land on heads?

1/4 you see if you flip two coins there's a better chance you'll get a head and a tail then any thing else. 2/4 you'll get a head and a tail, 1/4 you'll get two heads and 1/4 you'll get two tails.

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