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I flip 2 coins. The first coin is heads. What is the expected probability of the second coin being heads also?I

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I know that they are independant and so it is 50% in reality, but what if I wanted to guess the chance based on the other coin? I got

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There are only two possibilities, so is it 50-50 still? Thanks

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Both coins tossed are independent of each other, so each coin you toss will always have a $$\frac{1}{2}$$ chance of being either heads or tails.

Mr.Owl  Oct 23, 2017
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Both coins tossed are independent of each other, so each coin you toss will always have a $$\frac{1}{2}$$ chance of being either heads or tails.