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Page 9 - So the probability is number of favorable outcomes 125 total number of possible outcomes goo 36 KEY FACT O5: If an experiment is done two (or more) times, the probability that first one event will occur and then a second event will occur is the product of the probabilities. Example 10. A fair coin is flipped three times. What is the probability that the coin lands heads each time? SOLUTlON. When a fair coin is flipped: P(head) = - and P(tail) = - . By KEY FACT O5, P(3 heads) = P(head 1st time) x...