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# 4Judging Coins II

Let's revisit Statistical Scenario–Coins #1, now with additional information on each of the possible outcomes. Table 4.1 summarizes this additional information. As noted, there are a total of different unique patterns of heads & tails possible when we flip a coin 10 times. For any given number of heads, as we have just seen, there are one or more ways to get that number of heads.

The #ways divided by 1024 gives us the expected relative frequency for that number of heads expressed as a fraction. For example, we expect to get 5 heads 252/1024ths of the time. The fraction can also be expressed as a decimal value. This decimal value can be viewed as the probability that a certain number of heads will come up ...

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