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    @Michele_Laino

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  3. mathstudent55
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    The experimental probability of getting heads is the number of heads over the total number of tosses.

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    I agree with @mathstudent55

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    favorable outcomes = 12 possible outcomes = 30

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    going off what Michele_Laino said... the probability of getting heads = number of heads/total number of flips

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