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If you flip a coin 56 times, how many times would you expect to get either 3 heads or 3 tails?

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If you flip 3 coins 56 times, how many times would u expect to
get either 3 heads or 3 tails?

Flip a coin 100 times and record the outcome (how many times
heads, how many times tails), then create a table in Microsoft word
and record your data.

If you flip a fair coin and get heads 10 times in a row, what is
the chance of getting tails on the next flip? Explain.

java
beginner level
NO ARRAYS in program
Flip a coin (Assignment)
How many times in a row can you flip a coin and gets heads?
Use the random number generator to simulate the flipping of the
coin. 0 means heads, 1 means tails.
Start a loop,
flip it, if heads, count it and keep flipping.
If tails, stop the loop.
Display the number of times in a row that heads came up.
Once this is working, wrap a while loop...

) Flip a coin 100 times. Please Show your work below. a) How
many times did Heads Appear? b) What was the longest streak of
Heads or Tails?

Flip a coin 13 times. If you get 7 tails or less, I will pay you
$37. Otherwise you pay me $91. Step 2 of 2: If you played this game
968 times how much would you expect to win or lose? Round your
answer to two decimal places. Losses must be entered as
negative.

A casino offers you a deal, in you bet $20:
Flip a coin and if you get TAILS, you win $40
Flip a coin 2 TIMES and if you get 2 TAILS, you win $400
Flip a coin 3 TIMES and if you get 3 TAILS, you win $1000
Flip a coin 10 TIMES and if you get 10 TAILS, you win
$40,000
Which offer would you pick and explain your answer!

Flip a coin ten times. H or T. How many ways can you get
8Hs?

A selection of coin is known to be either fair (with a
probability 0.5 of coming up heads or tails when flipped) or biased
(with a probability 0.75 of tails, 0.25 of heads.) Further. it is
known that 1/10 of the coins are biased. a) You select a coin at
random. What are the prior odds (not probability) that you have
picked a biased coin? b) You select a coin at random and flip it;
you get tails. What are...

Suppose you toss a coin 100 times. Should you expect to get exactly
50 heads? Why or why not?
A. Yes, because the number of tosses is even, so if the coin
is fair, half of the results should be heads.
B. No, because the chance of heads or tails is the same, the
chance of any number of heads is the same.
C. No, there will be small deviations by chance, but if the
coin is fair, the result...

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