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Suppose that in Exercise 1 6 you decide to flip the

Suppose that in Exercise 1.6 you decide to flip the coin 100 times.

a. What conclusion would you be likely to draw if you observed 95 heads?

b. What conclusion would you be likely to draw if you observed 55 heads?

c. Do you believe that, if you flip a perfectly fair coin 100 times, you will always observe exactly 50 heads? If you answered "no," then what numbers do you think are possible? If you answered "yes; how many heads would you observe if you flipped the coin twice? Try flipping a coin twice and repeating this experiment 10 times and report the results.

a. What conclusion would you be likely to draw if you observed 95 heads?

b. What conclusion would you be likely to draw if you observed 55 heads?

c. Do you believe that, if you flip a perfectly fair coin 100 times, you will always observe exactly 50 heads? If you answered "no," then what numbers do you think are possible? If you answered "yes; how many heads would you observe if you flipped the coin twice? Try flipping a coin twice and repeating this experiment 10 times and report the results.

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