Please help with the following probability problem.
A statistical experiment involves flipping a coin that is much thicker than a regular coin of the same diameter. When flipped, the probability for the thick coin to come to rest on its edge is 4 percent; otherwise it is a "fair coin" in the sense that we can get heads or ta

The project below involves using a computer simulator to virtually flip multiple coins. First, we'll flip 4 coins 20 times, then we'll flip 4 coins 10000 times.
I have taken screenshots of my results with the coin-flipper (attached) but need some help with the questions.
Questions for flipping 4 coins 20 times:
7) Base

Four different assembly processes were under consideration. Sixteen workers were randomly assigned to the four processes, eight per process. The number of correctly assembled units in an eight-hour work shift was recorded:
Process 1 Process 2 Process 3 Process 4
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Question D
An experiment consists of tossing an ordinary coin five times. Recall that an experiment can produce one or more sample spaces depending on what we consider our outcome to be. Consider the following 4 sets:
(a) S = {zero heads, one head, two heads, four heads, five heads}
(b) S = {no heads, no tails, at least one

Consider the following partial computer output for a multiple regression model.
Predictor Coefficient Standard Deviation
Constant 41.225 6.380
X1 1.081 1.353
X2 -18.404 4.547
Analysis of V

Please list as many different groups of complete events as possible for an experiment of your choice (Probability). Need real world example on complete events
Definition of complete groups of events:A complete group of events is a group of incompatible events, such that at least one of them must occur as a result of an experi

Flip a coin 25 times and keep track of the results. What is the experimental probability of landing on tails? What is the theoretical probability of landing on heads or tails?
Answer the following problem showing your work and explaining (or analyzing) your results.