Table of Contents

- 1 Is it possible to get a probability of 1 for head in a coin toss?
- 2 How many possible outcomes are there if a coin is tossed 4 times?
- 3 Is thrown the probability of getting 1 and 5 is?
- 4 What is the probability of getting at least one head?
- 5 What are the odds of getting 4 heads in a row?
- 6 What is the probability of getting at least one head *?
- 7 What is the probability of getting one head in 4 coin tosses?
- 8 What is the probability of flipping two coins?

## Is it possible to get a probability of 1 for head in a coin toss?

For example, the probability of an outcome of heads on the toss of a fair coin is ½ or 0.5. The probability of an event can also be expressed as a percentage (e.g., an outcome of heads on the toss of a fair coin is 50% likely) or as odds (e.g., the odds of heads on the toss of a fair coin is 1:1).

**What is the probability of getting at least one tail when tossing 4 coins?**

Answer: Answer is 15/16.

### How many possible outcomes are there if a coin is tossed 4 times?

16

We know that a coin can give heads or tails that is 2 outcomes. If it is tossed n times then it can give ${2^n}$ outcomes. Here it is being tossed 4 times it means it will give ${2^4} = 16$ outcomes. So, the total number of outcomes is 16.

**What is the probability of getting exactly one head when a coin is tossed twice?**

34

So, substituting the value of n(F) and n(T) in the equation P=n(F)n(T) to determine the probability of getting atleast one head in tossing a coin twice. Hence, the probability of getting at least one head when the coin is tossed twice is 34 .

## Is thrown the probability of getting 1 and 5 is?

Answer: there are 6 faces and only one will show up after a toss/throw. So they are mutually exclusive events, therefore their probabilities add to 1. The outcome of a 5 is one of those events and so has probability = 1/6 of appearing.

**What is an event that will happen or has a probability of 1?**

A probability of 1 means that the event will happen. If the probability of a road traffic accident was 1 there would be nothing you could do to stop it. It will happen.

### What is the probability of getting at least one head?

7/8

The probability of getting at least one head is 7/8.

**What is the probability of getting exactly one head?**

Hence, the probability of getting exactly one head is 1/2.

## What are the odds of getting 4 heads in a row?

The probability of getting a heads first is 1/2. The probability of getting 2 heads in a row is 1/2 of that, or 1/4. The probability of getting 3 heads in a row is 1/2 of that, or 1/8. The probability of getting 4 heads in a row is 1/2 of that, or 1/16.

**What is the probability of having exactly 1 tail?**

Since there are 4 possible outcomes with one head only, the probability is 4/16 = 1/4. N=3: To get 3 heads, means that one gets only one tail.

### What is the probability of getting at least one head *?

If you flip a coin 4 times the probability of you getting at least one heads is 15 in 16 because you times the amount of outcomes you can get by flipping 3 coins by 2, it results in 16 and then you minus 1 from it.

**What is the probability of getting 1?**

1 / 6

Answer: The probability of getting 1 after rolling a die is 1 / 6.

## What is the probability of getting one head in 4 coin tosses?

Users may refer this tree diagram to learn how to find all the possible combinations of sample space for flipping a coin one, two, three or four times. 0.94 is the probability of getting 1 Head in 4 tosses.

**What is the probability of getting all heads?**

The probability of getting all heads is 1 / 2^6 = 1/64 as there is only 1 event where this happens in a possible 2^6 = 64 events. It is the same as the probability of getting all tails. The probability of getting at least 1 head is 1 – p (all tails) = 63/64. Assuming a fair coin and toss of course.

### What is the probability of flipping two coins?

If two coins are flipped, it can be two heads, two tails, or a head and a tail. The number of possible outcomes gets greater with the increased number of coins. Most coins have probabilities that are nearly equal to 1/2.

**What is the probability of getting all tails?**

The probability of getting all tails is 1 2 6 = 1 64. To get the probability of getting at least one head, we subtract this from 1 to get: 1 − 1 2 6 = 1 − 1 64 = 63 64. Originally Answered: A coin is tossed 6 times.