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A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

A. 5/8
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C. 7/8
D. 57/64
E. 15/16

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I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

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Question:
A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

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I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

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It would be easier to calculate the probability of opposite event and subtract it from 1.
Opposite event: 0 tail, 1 tail, 6 tails.

Probability of getting no tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\);

Probability of getting 1 tail: \(6C1*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\), we must multiply by 6C1 or by 6 as tail can occur for any flip from 6, hence in 6 ways;

Probability of getting 6 tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\)

\(P=1-(\frac{1}{64}+\frac{6}{64}+\frac{1}{64})=\frac{56}{64}=\frac{7}{8}\)

Answer: C.

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A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

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I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

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the long way:
You have 4 options, tails twice, tails three times, tails 4 times, and tails 5 times

let's start with tails twice( this means 2 tails 4 heads)
6!/2!4! = 15

tails three times
6!/3!3! = 20

tails four times
6!/4!2! = 15

tails 5 times
6!/5!1! = 6

sum all and you get 56
56/64 = 7/8

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I was getting hung up on why 6C1 had to be multiplied by 6.


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Bunnel and Iagomez, thanks for the timely responses!

Bunnel:
I was getting hung up on why 6C1 had to be multiplied by 6.


Thanks again to both of you.


What I meant was, when counting probability of getting 1 tail when flipped 6 times, 1 tail can occur in 6 different ways:

THHHHH
HTHHHH
HHTHHH
HHHTHH
HHHHTH
HHHHHT

Generally probability of occurring event k times in n-time sequence could be expressed as:

\(P = C^n_k*p^k*(1-p)^{n-k}\)

In our case \(k=1\) and \(n=6\), so we get:

\(P = C^6_1*\frac{1}{2}*\frac{1}{2^5}=6*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\)

So \(\frac{1}{64}\) should be multiplied by \(C^6_1\), which is \(6\).
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"at least twice, but not more than 5 times" means exactly 2 times, 3 times, 4 times and 5 times

The probability of getting exactly k results out of n flips is nCk/2^n

6C2/2^6+6C3/2^6+6C4/2^6+6C5/2^6=(20+15+15+6)/2^6=56/64=(7*8)/(8*8)=7/8
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Hi all,
First post, I have to say is this site is an amazing resource. Thanks to everyone who contributes!

Question:
A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

[Reveal] Spoiler:
c

I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

Thanks!


Welcome to Gmat Club forum.

It would be easier to calculate the probability of opposite event and subtract it from 1.
Opposite event: 0 tail, 1 tail, 6 tails.

Probability of getting no tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\);

Probability of getting 1 tail: \(6C1*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\), we must multiply by 6C1 or by 6 as tail can occur for any flip from 6, hence in 6 ways;

Probability of getting 6 tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\)

\(P=1-(\frac{1}{64}+\frac{6}{64}+\frac{1}{64})=\frac{56}{64}=\frac{7}{8}\)

Answer: C.

Please ask if any question remains.

For more on probability and combinatorics please refer to the link: GMAT MATH BOOK



How do you calculate the prob of getting one tail in the any of the 6 flips as 6/64; can you let me know?

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Hi all,
First post, I have to say is this site is an amazing resource. Thanks to everyone who contributes!

Question:
A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

[Reveal] Spoiler:
c

I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

Thanks!


Welcome to Gmat Club forum.

It would be easier to calculate the probability of opposite event and subtract it from 1.
Opposite event: 0 tail, 1 tail, 6 tails.

Probability of getting no tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\);

Probability of getting 1 tail: \(6C1*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\), we must multiply by 6C1 or by 6 as tail can occur for any flip from 6, hence in 6 ways;

Probability of getting 6 tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\)

\(P=1-(\frac{1}{64}+\frac{6}{64}+\frac{1}{64})=\frac{56}{64}=\frac{7}{8}\)

Answer: C.

Please ask if any question remains.

For more on probability and combinatorics please refer to the link: GMAT MATH BOOK



How do you calculate the prob of getting one tail in the any of the 6 flips as 6/64; can you let me know?

Thanks in advance

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Explained here: a-fair-2-sided-coin-is-flipped-6-times-what-is-the-87673.html#p659490

Hope it helps.
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Bunnel and Iagomez, thanks for the timely responses!

Bunnel:
I was getting hung up on why 6C1 had to be multiplied by 6.


Thanks again to both of you.


What I meant was, when counting probability of getting 1 tail when flipped 6 times, 1 tail can occur in 6 different ways:

THHHHH
HTHHHH
HHTHHH
HHHTHH
HHHHTH
HHHHHT

Generally probability of occurring event k times in n-time sequence could be expressed as:

\(P = C^n_k*p^k*(1-p)^{n-k}\)

In our case \(k=1\) and \(n=6\), so we get:

\(P = C^6_1*\frac{1}{2}*\frac{1}{2^5}=6*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\)

So \(\frac{1}{64}\) should be multiplied by \(C^6_1\), which is \(6\).


ok slight complicated; but will do it……………; let me know to find the basic formulas for the no. properties?

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First post, I have to say is this site is an amazing resource. Thanks to everyone who contributes!

Question:
A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

[Reveal] Spoiler:
c

I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

Thanks!


Welcome to Gmat Club forum.

It would be easier to calculate the probability of opposite event and subtract it from 1.
Opposite event: 0 tail, 1 tail, 6 tails.

Probability of getting no tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\);

Probability of getting 1 tail: \(6C1*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\), we must multiply by 6C1 or by 6 as tail can occur for any flip from 6, hence in 6 ways;

Probability of getting 6 tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\)

\(P=1-(\frac{1}{64}+\frac{6}{64}+\frac{1}{64})=\frac{56}{64}=\frac{7}{8}\)

Answer: C.

Please ask if any question remains.

For more on probability and combinatorics please refer to the link: GMAT MATH BOOK



Hi Bunuel,

I understand the numerator part.
2C6 + 3C6 + 4C6 + 5C6 = 56

but how to calculate denominator part. I mean how can i count total no of combinations. I am not getting 64 .
Like in normal cases if we calculate for 6 ball, we take 6! as total no of combinations.
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Hi all,
First post, I have to say is this site is an amazing resource. Thanks to everyone who contributes!

Question:
A fair 2 sided coin is flipped 6 times. What is the probability that tails will be the result at least twice, but not more than 5 times?

a) 5/8
b) 3/4
c) 7/8
d) 57/64
e) 15/16

[Reveal] Spoiler:
c

I understand how to get the denominator just fine, but I am missing something on the numerator. I read the answer, but something just isn't clicking.

Thanks!


Welcome to Gmat Club forum.

It would be easier to calculate the probability of opposite event and subtract it from 1.
Opposite event: 0 tail, 1 tail, 6 tails.

Probability of getting no tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\);

Probability of getting 1 tail: \(6C1*\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{6}{64}\), we must multiply by 6C1 or by 6 as tail can occur for any flip from 6, hence in 6 ways;

Probability of getting 6 tails: \(\frac{1}{2^6}=\frac{1}{64}\)

\(P=1-(\frac{1}{64}+\frac{6}{64}+\frac{1}{64})=\frac{56}{64}=\frac{7}{8}\)

Answer: C.

Please ask if any question remains.

For more on probability and combinatorics please refer to the link: GMAT MATH BOOK



Hi Bunuel,

I understand the numerator part.
2C6 + 3C6 + 4C6 + 5C6 = 56

but how to calculate denominator part. I mean how can i count total no of combinations. I am not getting 64 .
Like in normal cases if we calculate for 6 ball, we take 6! as total no of combinations.
Please help


Each coin can land on heads or tails, so 2 ways. We have 6 coins, so total number of outcomes is 2*2*2*2*2*2 = 2^6.
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If a fair two-sided coin is flipped 6 times, what is the probability that tails is the result at least twice but at most 5 times?


A) 5/8
B) 3/4
C) 7/8
D) 57/64
E) 15/16


Atleast twice but atmost 5 times could be written as 1 - P(No + Exactly once + All)

P(No time)=\(1/2^8\)
P(Exactly Once) = \(6/2^8\)
P(All) = \(1/2^8\)

So, Required P = 1- \(8/2^8\) = 7/8. Hence, C
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