Q: How many times will you get if you toss 2 pennies 20 times?

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Each time you toss two pennies, there are four ways they can land: H H H T T H T T One of the four ways is (Heads - Heads), so the probability of 2 heads is 1/4 or 25% . If the pennies are 'fair' (not loaded), and you toss them a large number of times, you should expect 2 heads roughly 1/4 of the time. Out of 20 tosses, that's 5 times. But don't bet on it.

pennies - 100 nickels - 20 dimes - 10 quarters - 4

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Toss a coin 20 times and see what happens.It is POSSIBLE to always get 10 heads and 10 tails...but it is not very PROBABLE.

Yes but the probability for that is 1/3,656,158,440,062,976. In other words, it's probably not going to happen

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Each time you toss two pennies, there are four ways they can land: H H H T T H T T One of the four ways is (Heads - Heads), so the probability of 2 heads is 1/4 or 25% . If the pennies are 'fair' (not loaded), and you toss them a large number of times, you should expect 2 heads roughly 1/4 of the time. Out of 20 tosses, that's 5 times. But don't bet on it.

5 times.When tossing 2 pennies there are 4 equiprobable outcomes or events with 1/4 ofprobability for each to happen:P(H,H) = 1/4P(H,T) = 1/4P(T,H) = 1/4P(T,T) = 1/4So if you toss 2 pennies 20 times, the "expected" number of times that 2 heads (H,H)will come up is 1/4 of the 20 times, that is 5 times.

2,000 pennies in 20 dollars (100 in 1 dollar times 20)(100x20 equals 2,000)

pennies - 100 nickels - 20 dimes - 10 quarters - 4

10 pennies...

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100 pennies = 1 British Pound 2,000 pennies = 20 British Pounds

Toss a coin 20 times and see what happens.It is POSSIBLE to always get 10 heads and 10 tails...but it is not very PROBABLE.

240- there were 12 pennies in a shilling and 20 shillings in a pound.

Yes but the probability for that is 1/3,656,158,440,062,976. In other words, it's probably not going to happen

20 cents is twenty pennies.