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I seem to be getting \(\frac{3}{8}\), so \(11\), but it is wrong.
@shubhamsrg I see that you have solved this problem.
how come denominator = 8 ??

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its given that at least one flip results in a head
so, denominator = 8 - [TTT] = 7
lol, oh yes.
so, 3/7 ...and 10
yeah its correct
Of course it is. :-)
How did you get to know that I solved it ?
@shubhamsrg You were on the list. :-)
ohh. :P I recently joined the site. hmm Am stuck on one last question at the moment, giving it a try.
I got it right :-)
which site ?
The cosine rule one ?
brilliant.org
I am posting that question on maths section, unable to do it till now.
Cosine rule? There was no such problem.

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