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Can you get both head and tail by flipping a single coin ?

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  1. gaara438125 Group Title
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    the eagle has a head.

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  2. hartnn Group Title
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    not possible

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  3. hba Group Title
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    The Worlds is full of possibilities.

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    The Eagle is not a coin.

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  5. gaara438125 Group Title
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    a Quarter, there's an eagle on the back side, hence why it's tails but a penny has the white house

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  6. hba Group Title
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    Well @gaara438125 It has nothing to do with the question :)

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  7. hartnn Group Title
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    NO is the answer .

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  8. hba Group Title
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    How do you say that ^

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  9. gaara438125 Group Title
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    @hba i didn't think this was a legit question... :/

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    This is serious discussion.

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  11. hartnn Group Title
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    because head and tail are OPPOSITE sides of the coin and coin can rest on ONE SIDE only.

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  12. gaara438125 Group Title
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    yeah ^^

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  13. zepdrix Group Title
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    You could toss a coin and have it land on it's edge (I'm sure that's nearly impossible, but could happen...), which would result in you landing on NEITHER I'm pretty sure you can roll HEADS TAILS NEITHER Both seems impossible :D

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  14. gaara438125 Group Title
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    @zepdrix i don't THINK any standard coin can land that way, but i do recall someone bringing up the a person figured out the smallest width the side would need to be to do that.

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    What About The Dimension of Time -The 4th Dimension...Is it possible ?

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  16. hartnn Group Title
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    is that completely unrelated question ?

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  17. hba Group Title
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    No it is related..We get a head in this dimension and a tail in the dimension of time ?

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  18. gaara438125 Group Title
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    google: In mathematics, the fourth dimension, or a four-dimensional ("4D") space, is an abstract concept derived by generalizing the rules of three-dimensional space

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    Thanks Alot.

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  20. gaara438125 Group Title
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    A lot is two words, we're learning so much! lol :P

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  21. hba Group Title
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    Haha :D -Grammar Nazi.

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  22. gaara438125 Group Title
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    nah, just a lot of people don't know that "a lot" is two words for some reason.

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    I know that ^^

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