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Answer to Question #42001 in Statistics and Probability for Lukas

Question #42001
Probability of a coin
Expert's answer
When we toss a coin, there are two possibly outcomes. It can be a head or a tail.  By assuming that the coin is fair, heads and tails are equally likely. The probability of a coin toss coming up heads is 1/2, or 0.5. The probability of a coin toss coming up tails is 1/2, or 0.5.
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