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There are 36 possible outcomes.

There are 4 possible outcomes. There are 2 outcomes (heads or tails) on the first toss and 2 on the second toss. The possibilities are HH, TT, HT and TH.

It depends on the definition of an outcome. If you care about the order of the tosses, <br /> you get 2 possible outcomes per toss. Three tosses give you 2*2*2=8 possible outcomes. If you only care about the final number of heads and tails, there are 4 possible outcomes (3 heads, 2 heads and a tail, a head and two tails, or 3 tails).

To determine the amount of possible outcomes, there must be a number of sections for each spinner

Number of useful outcomes over number of possible outcomes and simplify it if you can. Imagine you want an even number and you roll a die. There are 6 possible outcomes and three of them are useful outcomes (outcomes we want). 3 6 Simplify it and you get 1 2

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There are 36 possible outcomes.

There are 4 possible outcomes. There are 2 outcomes (heads or tails) on the first toss and 2 on the second toss. The possibilities are HH, TT, HT and TH.

2x2x2=8 possible outcomes. In general for n tosses there are 2^n outcomes.

9.22 Quintillion possible outcomes. The answer is a result of 2^63.

If the numbers and letters can be repeated then there are 45,697,600 possible outcomes. If the letters and numbers can not be repeated there are 32,292,000 possible outcomes.

There are technically 8 possible outcomes if you are talking about the side of the coin it lands on. Each coin has 2 possible outcomes (landing on heads and landing on tails). To figure out the number of outcomes for all the coins you multiply the outcomes for all of the coins together: 2 X 2 X 2= 8.

There are 210 total possible outcomes from flipping a coin 10 times.There is one possible outcome where there are 0 heads.There are 10 possible outcomes where there is 1 head.So there are 210 - 11 possible outcomes with at least 2 heads.(1013)

There are 2^5 = 32 outcomes possible for a family of 5 children.

8 outcomes are possible in this situtation. You just have to multiply 4 by 2 to get the answer.

Each toss has 2 outcomes; so the number of outcomes for 3 tosses is 2*2*2 = 8

It depends on the definition of an outcome. If you care about the order of the tosses, <br /> you get 2 possible outcomes per toss. Three tosses give you 2*2*2=8 possible outcomes. If you only care about the final number of heads and tails, there are 4 possible outcomes (3 heads, 2 heads and a tail, a head and two tails, or 3 tails).

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