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If you flip a coin 100 times, will it come up either heads or tails an equal number of times? ...


Why or Why not? Statistically, one would think you only have two choices.

 

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    mynameisstefan 4 years ago

    Just to correct you: the odds of getting 50h/50t is exactly the same as 51h/49t. There are 101 outcomes (0h/100t, 1h/99t, 2h/98t etc.) and they're all equally likely of happening; about 0.0099%.

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