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A coin is tossed 10 times Find the probablity of obtaining head at least once
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Probability of obtaining head at least once = 1  ( Probability of obtaining tail all 10 times)
= 1  (1/2)^10
= 1023/1024
Therefore , probability is 1023/1024
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Sample space size $= 1024$
No. of favourable cases $= 10241=1023$
Probability $= \frac{1023}{1024} =99.90 \%$
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