# Answer to Question #6160 in Statistics and Probability for Jane

Question #6160

QUESTION 01. Two roads, Broadway and State, connect the towns of East-land and Harping. Three roads, Park, Fairvew, and Main, connect the towns of Harping and Johnstown. Find the number of possible routs from East-land to Johnstown that pass through Harping. Then find the probability that State and Fairvew will be used if a rout is selected at random. State the probability as a fraction and percent and its likelihood.

QUESTION 2. Find the number of possible choices for a 2-digit password that is greater than 19. Then find the number of possible choices for a 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) if the digits cannot be repeated.

QUESTION 3. Determine the number of possible of outcomes when tossing one coin, two coins, and three coins. Then determine the number of possible outcomes for tossing 'n' coins. Explain your reasoning.

PS: Please answer i'm tiring to study but can get these three :(

QUESTION 2. Find the number of possible choices for a 2-digit password that is greater than 19. Then find the number of possible choices for a 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) if the digits cannot be repeated.

QUESTION 3. Determine the number of possible of outcomes when tossing one coin, two coins, and three coins. Then determine the number of possible outcomes for tossing 'n' coins. Explain your reasoning.

PS: Please answer i'm tiring to study but can get these three :(

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