Hello, u2_wa!

Could you restate the problem?

As given, it's a silly question . . .

Two coins are tossed twice each.

Find the probability that the head appears on the first toss

and the same faces appear in the two tosses.. Is this right?

If there must be a Head in the first toss of the two coins

. . and the same face appears in ALL the tosses,

. . then both coins must have Heads ... both times.

Of the possible outcomes,

. . exactly one satisfies the condition: .

Answer: .