Use a chart to find the possibilities. There are 36 outcomes. Of these, there are 2 that have both 1 and 3.

## How many outcomes can you have from rolling 2 dice and flipping 2 coins?

As you are tossing the 2 coins simultaneously there are only 3 discernible outcomes for the two coins, 2 heads, 2 tails, or 1 head 1 tail. Combined with these three discernible outcomes there are 6 possible outcomes for the toss of the die. So the total number of possible (discernible) outcomes is **18**.

## How many outcomes would there be in the sample space for rolling 5 dice and flipping 2 coins?

** How many outcomes are in the event where nobody rolls a six? If they can’t roll a six, there are 5 other numbers to roll, and either coin-flip is still allowed. So each person has 2×5=**10 possible outcomes**. Since there are 5 people, there are 105 possible outcomes.

## How do you determine the number of outcomes?

**The fundamental counting principle** is the primary rule for calculating the number of possible outcomes. If there are p possibilities for one event and q possibilities for a second event, then the number of possibilities for both events is p x q.

## When 3 fair coins are tossed together what is the probability of getting 2 tails?

A coin is tossed 2 times, find the probability that at least 3 are tails?

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Probability of Getting 2 Tails in 3 Coin Tosses.

for 2 Tails in 3 Coin Flips | ||
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Atleast 2 Tails | Exactly 2 Tails | |

Success Events n(A) | 4 | 3 |

Probability P(A) | 0.5 |
0.38 |

## What is the most common number to roll with 1 dice?

, and the least common rolls are 2 and 12, both with probability 1/36. For three six-sided dice, the most common rolls are **10 and 11**, both with probability 1/8; and the least common rolls are 3 and 18, both with probability 1/216.