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toss a dime, the chance of getting head up is 1/2. toss two dimes, the chance of getting two heads up is 1/2 (1/2) =1/4 , the 1/2 in the bracket is the chance of getting head up for the second dime, giving the first dime heads up. it's the same as the chance of getting head up without the first dime. This is called probalisticly independent.
NVM I re-read it and understand. May I also elaberate on this as well.
Any way you can repeat in newbie terms. I some what under stand the concept, but im still a little confused.
each one of 9 players either win the expert or not.
I am a computer programmer and have a question reguarding probability.