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0.03 Number of Ways to get Heads In 5 Coin To
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Number of Heads 1
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Number of Ways 5 Probability of Getting Heads in 5 coin tosses
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1 2 3 4 5 Probability Mike: I used a column graph to represent the number of ways the Heads can come as we
graph can clearly depict the pattern of how the variable changes.
From the above column graphs, it is clear that the number of ways in which the H
increase until 2 Heads and 3 Heads are reached then decrease again. This is beca
binomial probability distribution. From the above column graphs, it is clear that the number of ways in which the H
increase until 2 Heads and 3 Heads are reached then decrease again. This is beca
binomial probability distribution. ds In 5 Coin Tosses Column A
Column B 4
Ways 5 6 s in 5 coin tosses Column C 4 5 6 lity he Heads can come as well as the probabilities because a column
changes.
er of ways in which the Heads can come as well as the probabilities
rease again. This is because the tossing of coins follows the er of ways in which the Heads can come as well as the probabilities
rease again. This is because the tossing of coins follows the ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course EDU 101404 taught by Professor Ide during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Phoenix.
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