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Problem № 65258 13-16

Carry out the following experiment 10 times: first, toss a coin 10 times in a row and record the number of heads, then toss the coin 9 times in a row and again, record the number of heads. We call the experiment successful, if, in the first case, the number of heads is greater than in the second case. After conducting a series of 10 such experiments, record the number of successful and unsuccessful experiments. Collect the statistics in the form of a table.

a) Anton throws a coin 3 times, and Tina throws it two times. What is the probability that Anton gets more heads than Tina?

b) Anton throws a coin n + 1 times, and Tanya throws it n times. What is the probability that Anton gets more heads than Tina?


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