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# How many possible outcomes would there be if eleven coins were tossed at once?

Updated: 12/13/2022

Wiki User

β 11y ago

The answer depends on what the outcome comprises.

If the outcome is simply a count of H and T, then there are 12 outcomes: 0H, 1H, 2H, ... 10H and 11H (with the corresponding number of T in each case).

If the result for each coin is recorded individually, there are 211 = 2048 possible outcomes.

There are many other results that can be defined, and the number of possible outcomes will vary according to the definitions.

The answer depends on what the outcome comprises.

If the outcome is simply a count of H and T, then there are 12 outcomes: 0H, 1H, 2H, ... 10H and 11H (with the corresponding number of T in each case).

If the result for each coin is recorded individually, there are 211 = 2048 possible outcomes.

There are many other results that can be defined, and the number of possible outcomes will vary according to the definitions.

The answer depends on what the outcome comprises.

If the outcome is simply a count of H and T, then there are 12 outcomes: 0H, 1H, 2H, ... 10H and 11H (with the corresponding number of T in each case).

If the result for each coin is recorded individually, there are 211 = 2048 possible outcomes.

There are many other results that can be defined, and the number of possible outcomes will vary according to the definitions.

The answer depends on what the outcome comprises.

If the outcome is simply a count of H and T, then there are 12 outcomes: 0H, 1H, 2H, ... 10H and 11H (with the corresponding number of T in each case).

If the result for each coin is recorded individually, there are 211 = 2048 possible outcomes.

There are many other results that can be defined, and the number of possible outcomes will vary according to the definitions.

Wiki User

β 11y ago

Wiki User

β 11y ago

The answer depends on what the outcome comprises.

If the outcome is simply a count of H and T, then there are 12 outcomes: 0H, 1H, 2H, ... 10H and 11H (with the corresponding number of T in each case).

If the result for each coin is recorded individually, there are 211 = 2048 possible outcomes.

There are many other results that can be defined, and the number of possible outcomes will vary according to the definitions.