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04.1 Homework Counting - If we flip 10 coins, what is the...

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1/5/10 If we flip 10 coins, what is the probability that we get exactly 5 heads? Answer: Suppose we write outcomes as we have in the past. For example HHTTHHTHTT is an example of an outcome with exactly 5 heads. How many total outcomes are there
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1/5/10 If we flip 10 coins, what is the probability that we get exactly 5 T T T H H H T T H H A B D E H F G I J C
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1/5/10 If we flip 10 coins, what is the probability that we get exactly 5 heads? T T T H H H T T H H A B D E H F G I J C ACFGH CAFHG
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1/5/10 If we flip 10 coins, what is the probability that we get exactly 5 heads? T T T H H H T T H H A B D E H F G I J C CEGHJ ECHGJ
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1/5/10 In the laboratory analysis of samples from a chemical process, five samples from the process are analyzed daily. In addition, a control sample is analyzed two times each day to check the calibration of the laboratory instruments. How many different sequences of process and control samples are possible each day? Assume that the
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1/5/10 In the laboratory analysis of samples from a chemical process, five samples from the process are analyzed daily. In addition, a control sample is analyzed two times each day to check the calibration of the laboratory instruments.
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