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 Sep 21 comment Probability in flipping a coin source: math.bme.hu/~balazs/a3pr9f06.pdf Question/Answer #6 Sep 21 comment Probability in flipping a coin I found another answer and added to the body of my question. What do you think of that? Sep 21 revised Probability in flipping a coin added 695 characters in body Sep 21 comment Probability in flipping a coin errr, no not really... do you agree that the answer is 1-p? Sep 21 comment Probability in flipping a coin one solution manual says $1-p$, the other one says it's $\frac {15}{16}$...x_x Sep 21 asked Probability in flipping a coin Sep 21 awarded Critic Sep 20 awarded Teacher Sep 20 answered Simple probability of 2 events Sep 20 comment Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? in fact this question is an example that components are independent, but not mutually exclusive =) Sep 20 accepted Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? Sep 20 comment Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? this is a good answer Thanks!!! Sep 20 comment Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? @CliveN. independence does not guarantee mutual exclusivity! Sep 20 comment Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? what statement implies that it isn't so? Sep 20 answered Show that $\lim_{n \to \infty} \frac{6n^3+2n^2-7}{(n+\sin(n^2))(n^2+1)}=6$. Sep 20 comment Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? for two events to be mutually exclusive $A_1$ $\cap$ $A_2$ must be nothing. However, I've been told in this question, those two events are not mutually exclusive. I just need some evidence to show that they're not mutually exclusive... Sep 20 asked Why aren't these events mutually exclusive? Sep 19 comment Bayes Theorem confusion… (more complex) @DilipSarwate what page can i find a usage instruction for the notations you're using? Sep 19 accepted Probability question at listing number of outcomes in the sample space. Sep 19 revised Bayes Theorem confusion… (more complex) added 1 characters in body