Is the probability of 2 consecutive heads = 1 - probability(otherwise) ?

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In the above 2 links, it's mentioned that if we toss a fair coin ten times then the exact probability that NO pair of heads come up in succession (i.e. *n* = 10 and *k* = 2) is *p*(10,2) = http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/2/8...b691174659.png = 0.140625.

(1) Does it mean that the probability of 2 consecutive heads coming up in 10 coin toss

= 1-0.14 = 0.86?

(2) If so, is the probability of this condition(i.e. 2 consecutive heads coming up in 10 coin toss =1 cycle) appearing 4 consecutive cycles = 0.86*0.86*0.86*0.86 = 0.54 ?