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    hm... I'd explain WHY just a bit more. The answer was correct, but I think they want more of an explanation. :)

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    Reasons the experimental probability might be different from the theoretical: 1) theoretical assumes infinite number of spins and experimental is only 100 spins 2) theory assumes the coin is fair. Maybe the coin is not fair.

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