Given 4 flips of a fair coin, what is the probability of {H,H,H,H}?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I thought since flips of a fair coin are independent, then P(H&H&H&H) = P(H)P(H)P(H)P(H) = 1/(2^4) = 1/16. Am I close?

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# 4 flips of a fair coin

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