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Chapter 6 Counting 6.1 Counting and Probability Suppose you ip a coin twice. What is the probability that you get one head and one tail? What are the possible outcomes? Which ones are we interested in? Here are some sample runs of a c++ program that simulates ipping 2 coins where Heads, Tails, and Tails, Heads are considered the same outcome: Total Trials Tails, Tails Heads, Tails Heads, Heads 10 0 or 0% 7 or...

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