OpenStudy (anonymous):

An experiment consists of flipping a fair coin 6 times, what is the probability of obtaining at least one head?

4 years ago
OpenStudy (whpalmer4):

The probability of getting at least one head in 6 flips of a fair coin can perhaps be more easily computed by figuring out the probability of not getting one head, and subtracting that from 100%. What is the probability of flipping tails 6 times in a row? What's left over after you subtract that from 100% is the probability that you'll get at least one head.

4 years ago
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