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## What is the probability of no head when you toss a coin twice?

This states that the probability of the occurrence of two independent events is the product of their individual probabilities. The probability of getting two heads on two coin tosses is 0.5 x 0.5 or 0.25.

**What is the probability of tossing no heads?**

1/16

N=0: There is only one possible outcome that gives 0 heads, namely when each flip results in a tail. The probability is therefore 1/16.

**What is the probability of getting heads 30 times in a row?**

about 1 in 30 million

That’s a lot more likely: the likelihood of getting a string of 30 heads in a row somewhere in your 100 flips is about 1 in 30 million. If there are at least 30 million people in the world who have flipped a coin 100 times, it shouldn’t be surprising if one of them has flipped 30 heads in a row at some point.

### What is the probability of getting no heads when 3 coins are tossed?

If you flip a coin 3 times the probability of getting at least one heads is 7 in 8 by reading the table. This table also works the opposite way, the chances of Charlie getting no heads is 1 in 8 because out of all the outcomes only one of them has only tails.

**What is the probability of getting 3 heads when you toss 3 coins at the same time?**

0.125

Answer: If you flip a coin 3 times the probability of getting 3 heads is 0.125.

**What is the probability that when 3 coins are tossed at the same time the outcome will be 2 heads and a tail?**

3/8

What is the probability of two heads and one tail? Summary: The Probability of getting two heads and one tails in the toss of three coins simultaneously is 3/8 or 0.375.

#### What is the probability of getting a head when tossing a coin?

On tossing a coin, the probability of getting a head is: P (Head) = P (H) = 1/2 Similarly, on tossing a coin, the probability of getting a tail is: P (Tail) = P (T) = 1/2

**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.

**How many times do you toss a coin?**

Coin-A is tossed 200 times, and the relative occurrence of Tails is 0.47. Coin-B is tossed an unknown number of times, but it is known that the relative occurrence of Heads is 0.50.

## How can you predict the outcome of a coin toss?

If a coin is unfair (biased), that is, an outcome is preferred, then we can predict the outcome by choosing the side which has a higher probability. If the probability of a head showing up is greater than 1/2, then we can predict the next outcome to be a head.