a.

The probability of correctly predicting the weather by flipping a coin is 10%, or 1/10.

b.

The probability of correctly predicting the weather by flipping a coin is 33.33%, or 1/3.

c.

The probability of correctly predicting the weather by flipping a coin is 75%, or 3/4.

d.

The probability of correctly predicting the weather by flipping a coin is 50%, or 1/2.

e.

The probability of correctly predicting the weather by flipping a coin is 25%, or 1/4.

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