Tossing a Biased Coin Michael Mitzenmacher When we talk about a coin toss we think of it as unbiased with probability onehalf it comes up heads and with probability onehalf it comes up tails - PDF document

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Tossing a Biased Coin Michael Mitzenmacher When we talk about a coin toss we think of it as unbiased with probability onehalf it comes up heads and with probability onehalf it comes up tails
Tossing a Biased Coin Michael Mitzenmacher When we talk about a coin toss we think of it as unbiased with probability onehalf it comes up heads and with probability onehalf it comes up tails

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An ideal unb iased coin might not correctly model a real coin which could be biased slightly one way or another Afte r all real life is rarely fair This possibility leads us to an interesting mathematical an d computational question Is there some wa ID: 8671 Download Pdf

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