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ukvillafan's Avatar Jump to comment 22 by ukvillafan

The probability of a coin toss landing heads is mathematically 50/50 - 1 in 2. It doesn't matter if, experimentally, after a billon tosses it's 49/51 because the pure mathematics is not influenced by real-time experimentation due to the fact that it is impossible to rule out every single random factor that might, in any given situation, affect an actual coin toss.

Tue, 09 Mar 2010 18:34:00 UTC | #447776