Quarter, Dime, and Nickel Problem: A quarter, a dime, and a nickel are marked with 1 on the tails side and 2 on the heads side. All three coins are flipped. The eight possible outcomes are shown in Figure 9-9a. Find the probability of each event. a. The total is 4. b. The total is 5. c. The total is 6. d. The total is 7. e. The total is odd. f. The total is between 4 and 6, inclusive. g. The total is between 3 and 6, inclusive. h. The quarter shows 2 and the nickel shows 1. i. The quarter shows 2 or the nickel shows 1.

English-German physics glossary http://www.physi.uni-heidelberg.de/~glassel/gu/glossary.html English-German math and physics glossary Many physics and math terms that are latin-source ’Fremdworte’ in German are virtua lly identical in English, but there are exceptions. Since we do calculations, we need math expressions, too. The stressed vowel is marked with ’ where necessary (Betonung) 4-vector Vierervektor ansatz Ansatz apex Scheitel(punkt) (anti-)coll’inear (anti-)kollinear CM = center of mass Schwerpunkt CMS = center-of-mass system Schwerpunk