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A person flipped a coin 5000 times. She had 3000 heads. Is this significant?

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A person flipped a coin 5000 times. She had 3000 heads. Is this significant?
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Since the likelihood of getting head is large that is 3000/5000 = 0.6, therefore it would not be significant.

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