What conditions must a coin toss satisfy in order for it to be truly “random,” and why isn’t this particular coin toss a “random” one … or is it? Perhaps another way of approaching the problem of randomness (assuming no bad faith on the part of the person tossing the coin) is to ask, What is the probability that the number of times that the coin will flip over will be equal to zero?
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