MathematicsThree coins are tossed together. What is the probability of getting at least one head and one tail?

Three coins are tossed together. What is the probability of getting at least one head and one tail?


  1. A
    0
  2. B
    12
  3. C
    34
  4. D
    1 

    Fill Out the Form for Expert Academic Guidance!l



    +91



    Live ClassesBooksTest SeriesSelf Learning



    Verify OTP Code (required)

    I agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policy.

    Solution:

    It is given that three coins are tossed together.
    We know that when a coin is tossed, we have two possible cases: Head (H) or Tell (T).
    Sample space: Total number of possible outcomes = 8.
    Now, number of favorable cases = Triplets having 1 head or 1 tail {(H,H,T),(H,T,H),(T,H,H),(T,T,H),(T,H,T),(H,T,T)}
    = 6
    Then,
    Thus, the probability of getting at least 1 head and 1 tail is 34.
    Therefore, option 3 is correct.
     
    Chat on WhatsApp Call Infinity Learn

      Talk to our academic expert!



      +91


      Live ClassesBooksTest SeriesSelf Learning




      Verify OTP Code (required)

      I agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policy.