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# Suppose Kalvin tosses a coin to determine his breakfast cereal every day. He starts on his 12th birthday and ends on his 18th birthday. How many times would you expect him to eat Cocoa Blast cereal?

Updated: 9/28/2023

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8y ago

It would be 50% of the time. The question gives a time line of from his 12th birthday to his 18th birthday but that information wasn't needed. The question is basically you have a coin... you flip it. what is the odds that it lands on heads so Kalvin enjoys a bowl of his favorite Cocoa Blast Cereal.

This is wrong because it is asking your for a prediction of how many times he would eat the cereal not the chance that the coin has to be heads.

Answer is 50 % of the time.

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