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Two times the number of outcomes of the spin - which is not specified in the question.

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0There are 12 possible outcomes.

6 2 on the coin, 3 on the pointer: 2x3=6

To determine the amount of possible outcomes, there must be a number of sections for each spinner

If a spinner has six possible outcomes, then there are 36 (62) permutations of outcomes from spinning it twice.

this question is really hard!

You do 3x4!!! 3 options, and four times! Elementry!

There are 10 possibilities. For every space on the spinner you land on, there are two other outcomes (heads and tails). Say the colors are Blue, Green, Yellow, Red, and Purple. Here would be the final outcomes. Blue - heads or tails Green - heads or tails Yellow - heads or tails Red - heads or tails Purple - heads or tails

216... there are 6 outcomes for each cube, so 6^3 is 216

the spin quantum number has only two possible values__(+ 1/2 & -1/2)

There are 16 possible outcomes. For the first spin, you can get red, yellow, green or blue. R, Y, G, B. Suppose the firt spin is Red, then you spin again and the final result could be one of Red-Red, Red-Yellow, Red-Green or Red-Blue. If your first spin gave a blue result, the the second would be one of Blue-Red, Blue-Yellow, Blue-Green or Blue-Blue. In all, there are 16 possible outcomes, and each is equally likely.

If you mean roll 2 dice and spin a 2 colour spinner, there would be a total of 72 outcomes.

Try to make the coin spin when you toss it.

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The answers are usually always valid. What may or may not be valid are your assumptions about the underlying model. Also, the number of times the results should be similar depends on the number of possible outcomes and the variability in the outcomes. For example, if you spin a fair spinner with 12 equal segments, then the probability of similar results is less than likely.

To get the leads of star coin on MSP, get into your account and then spin your coin wheel at least once a day.

No. There is no way it could possibly induce movement in a coin; to begin with, the signal is extremely weak.

Incomplete question, please resubmit.

The spinning mule, invented by James Arkwright :D

It is called spin, there are many forms of spin, * top spin * side spin (slice) * back spin

All planets spin on their axes as well as orbiting the Sun.

Well the spin wheel witch is 'spin for the win!' can get you coins it gives a wheel where you get some thing free and one for the coin spin or play mini games or other games on free realms to earn them (:

There are many ways to play. The first way is you take turns punching each others fist until one wusses out. Another is you spin a coin and you take turn flicking the coin and trying to keep it spinning, the person who makes it fall put there knuckles on the ground and the opponent throws the coin. The winner is the one who makes them bleed first or the one who doesn't quit. Also there is another one with a coin but when you spin it you take turns trying to stop it with one finger so it stands on its side.

because the spin can easily bend

Yes it is possible! It's real name is butterfly kick. :)

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