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    If you had one coin you can flip heads or tails there is 50% chance to get one or the other For two coins there's the chance of getting two heads, two tails or one of each HH TT HT TH There are technically four options for the two coins (two options are the same obviously) If you wanted two heads Out of the options it shows up once out of the four times so that means 1/4 Obviously the experimental results might not show the same results

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