If we flip a coin 6 times. What is the probability to get head exactly one time.
so if we flip a coin one time it's 1/6,
is it for fliping a coin 6 times also 1/6? because the events are independent?
In a basket we have 10 white balls and 2 blue balls. Randomly we pick two balls.
What is the probability that two balls are white?
For picking one ball, and to be white is 10/12.
For picking another ball, and to be white is 9/11.
Is it the probability for two, just 9/11 or we have to add together something?
Thank you for answers.
I am going to play the "back of the book" game with you.
Originally Posted by Nforce
I give you the answer. But you must reply with the reasons.
ok, the second answer I understand. 10/12 for the first event and 9/11 for the second for both 10/12 and 9/11 = 10/12 * 9/11
but first I don't. maybe it's not obvious enough for me.
When is going to be exactly 1?