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6-18.

Earl hates to take out the garbage and to wash the dishes, so he decided to make a deal with his parents: He will flip a coin once for each chore and will perform the chore if the coin lands on heads. What he doesn’t know is that his parents are going to use a weighted coin that lands on heads

What is the probability that Earl will have to do both chores?

What is the probability of flipping two heads in a row?

What is the probability that Earl will have to take out the garbage, but will not need to wash the dishes?

Use a tree diagram or two-way table.