## I NEED HEEEEELP!!! WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!! For this activity, you will need two different coins. First, you will determine the theoretical p

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I NEED HEEEEELP!!! WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST!!! For this activity, you will need two different coins. First, you will determine the theoretical probability of events. Then, you will flip the coins 100 times and determine the experimental probability of the events.

Flip two different coins 100 times, and record the results of each coin toss in a table like the one below:

Result Frequency
Two heads
Two tails
One head, one tail
Answer the following questions based on the data you gathered. You must show your work to receive credit.

What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in two heads showing?
What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in two heads showing?
What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in two tails showing?
What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in two tails showing?
What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in one head and one tail showing?
What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in one head and one tail showing?
Compare the theoretical probabilities to your experimental probabilities. Why might there be a difference?

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1. Answer:

Result Frequency

Two heads: 33

Two tails:28

One head, one tail:39

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What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in two heads showing?

33%

What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in two heads showing?

33%

What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in two tails showing?

33%

What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in two tails showing?

28

What is the theoretical probability that a coin toss results in one head and one tail showing?

33%

What is the experimental probability that a coin toss results in one head and one tail showing?

39%

Compare the theoretical probabilities to your experimental probabilities. Why might there be a difference?

while the theoretical probability for one head and one tails is 33% (technically 33.3%) the experimental probability is 39% this is because since this is a luck based draw the experimental probability is always going to change but is mostly going to be near your theoretical probability

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2. Answer:

im answering so you can give that person brainliest ^

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