A coin is tossed 50 times and lands with heads facing up 48% of the time.
Which is most likely to happen in 1000 tosses of the coin?
The percent of heads facing up will be exactly 48%.
The percent of heads facing up will be exactly 50%.
The percent of heads facing up will approach 48%.
The percent of heads facing up will approach 50%.
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Hi will you be willing to help if you can.
A coin can land as a tail or as a head.
So there is a 50 50 chance of both, this means that, the probability of getting a head = 50% = 1/2 and also the probability of getting a tail 50% = 1/2
The universe is designed like that, with uncertainty..
In 50 tosses of the coin, the prob. of a head is 48% [which should not be the case]
So in more tosses of the coin it'll tend to become 50% because that is the chance of getting ahead over a head.
So in 1000 tosses of the coin the probability should approach 50%.
so my answer is D because it will approach 50% right.