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Solution - In a set of 10 coins, 2 coins are with heads on both the sides. A coin is selected at random from this set and tossed five times. If all the five times, the result was heads, find the probability that the selected coin had heads on both the sides. - Probability Examples and Solutions

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In a set of 10 coins, 2 coins are with heads on both the sides. A coin is selected at random from this set and tossed five times. If all the five times, the result was heads, find the probability that the selected coin had heads on both the sides.

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2014-2015 (March) Panchkula Set 1
Question 11.1 | 4 marks

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Solution for question: In a set of 10 coins, 2 coins are with heads on both the sides. A coin is selected at random from this set and tossed five times. If all the five times, the result was heads, find the probability that the selected coin had heads on both the sides. concept: Probability Examples and Solutions. For the courses CBSE (Arts), CBSE (Commerce), CBSE (Science)
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