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Path to College Mathematics 1st Edition

Path to College Mathematics (1st Edition)

Book Edition1st Edition
Author(s)Elayn Martin-Gay
ISBN9780134654409
PublisherPearson Higher Education
SubjectMath
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Chapter 7, Section 7.1, Practice, Exercise 1

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Explanation

  • The first split in the tree diagram shows the possible outcomes when the coin is tossed one time.
  • The second split in the tree diagram shows the possible outcomes when the coin is tossed two times.
  • The third split in the tree diagram shows the possible outcomes when the coin is tossed three times.
  • The fourth split in the tree diagram shows the possible outcomes when the coin is tossed four times.
  • Draw the tree diagram to show the outcomes when a coin is tossed 4 times.
  • The number of possible outcomes is equal to the number of branches in the final split, 16.

Verified Answer

There are 16 possible outcomes.

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