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If the probability of getting heads is the same as the probability of getting tails when you toss a coin, then both of these probabilities are equal to?


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Solution:
P (H) + P (T) = 1. (Because they are complementary)
P (H) = P (T) (Given)
Therefore, P(H)=P(T)=12=0.5


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