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What is the difference between a fair and an unfair coin in statistics?
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A fair coin in statistics refers to a randomized device that has a head and tail with equal chances of getting either, "heads or tails", while in an unfair the chances of getting heads and tails are not equal and this might be due to the fact that the other side is heavier than the other one.
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