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So, if the last 10 flips were "H,T,T,H,H,T,T,H,H,H".

What would the probability be for the 11th flip to be the same as 10th flip?

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So, if the last 10 flips were "H,T,T,H,H,T,T,H,H,H".

What would the probability be for the 11th flip to be the same as 10th flip?

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If we are

Notice that, in this scenario, the fact that there are more heads than tails in the 10 tosses means that another head is more likely than another tail. Future tosses will \left(\right)not "make up" for previous tosses.

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