# Ravi said that when he tossed two coins he got two heads, two tails, one head and one tail and hence the probability of each event is 1/3. Is it true . Justify your answer

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two heads=1/4(probability)

two tails(1/4)

one head and one tail=1

so the answer isn't 1/3

if we toss 2 coins the probabilities are 2 times heads(H,H)

or two times tails(T,T) or one hea and one tail(H,T) (NOTE YOU CAN SAY TH AGAIN CAUSE WE ALREADY SAID HT!!!!) so the propability can b only 1/3 hence proved