(I) If two coins are thrown at the same time there are three potential results—two heads, two tails or one of each. In this manner, for every one of these results, the likelihood is 1/3
(ii) If a kick the bucket is tossed, there are two potential results—an odd number or a considerably number. Thusly, the likelihood of getting an odd number is 1/2
(I) All the potential occasions are (H,H); (H,T); (T,H) and (T,T)
In this way, P (getting two heads) = ¼
furthermore, P (getting one of the each) = 2/4 = ½
∴ This assertion is wrong.
(ii) Since the two results are similarly probable, this explanation is right.