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probability of getting heads lol

An unbiased dice rolled 300 times. How many times would you expect to get:

– A six

– An odd number

– A number less than 3

How do I solve this?

I am in AP Calculus and Im just looking back at geometry from freshman year lol

(I think the new U.S. penny is NOT a “fair coin”)

1:04 get ready for the pun$

we doing this at school… and it look like it’s hard…. and my teacher makes it look like it’s hard

this guy is from spotify

you probably familiar with it. you get it- probably-probability

Super sir

Thanks Man, I have a test coming up, and this has really helped.

anyone can explain me: SHOW THAT: P(X > n) = pn ;and COMPUTE: P( {X > n+k} | {X > n} ). ??? Hint: If A c B, then A n B = A

how did 2/6=1/3

“You have probably heard of probability.”

*slow clap*

you should be my math teacher

when my teacher would saying getting head I couldn’t help but laugh glad I wasn’t the only one who noticed lol

nice but still don’t get my teacher. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

thangs for tetching me son of luzviminda

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What is the probability of getting head?

What does he mean by equally likely possibilities 😭😭I’m so confused

Is this your handwriting or is it possible to digitalize it using wacom? If ues, how?

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The probability of getting head for Khan is 50%?

My probability of getting head is 0%…

Reply if you got that one