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You flipped a coin 65 times, and it landed heads side up 37 times. What is the experimental probability of it landing tails side up?

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\large \sf \frac{Times~it~landed~tails}{Times~flipped}\]

  2. anonymous
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    28for tails and uh im confused

  3. anonymous
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    What are you confused about?

  4. anonymous
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    am idividing 28 by 65

  5. anonymous
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    yah

  6. anonymous
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    oh wait im not diving its just a fraction XD feelin dumb

  7. anonymous
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    28/65

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    Correct

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