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Suppose you took a fair coin and tossed it five times. If you obtained five heads, is it more likely that the next toss will be a head or a tail? Explain.
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It will be equally likely to get either head or tail, because both outcomes have equal chance or likelihood (50-50 probability) to happen.
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