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Problem We need to find an unfair coin and toss it for 10 times, 20 times, 30 times and until we reach to 100 times. Also we need to record all the data and make a graph that includes each case. Procedure We picked a quarter and pasted a penny to one side which made it unfair. Then we threw it 10 times, 20 times, 30 times, 40 times, 50 times, 60 times, 70 times, 80 times, 90 times and 100 times and recorded the number of times that the side without penny on it appeared. For making sure the data was reliable, we threw it higher and made the
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Unformatted text preview: coin spin in the air and would not fall down at the same place. In the end, we calculated the total number of the light side for each case. Conclusion From the results, we can see that for an unfair coin it is more easily for the light side to be up. Because more weight gets together at the side which has penny on it, this side is more likely to be the side down....
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