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What is the probability of obtaining 8 heads in a row when flipping a fair coin? interpret this probability.

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Since this is a fair coin, probability of getting a head P(H) = P(T) = 0.5 since there are just 2 possible outcomes,

Each flip is an independent event so probability of 8 heads in a row would be = P(H) * P(H) *P(H) *P(H) *P(H) *P(H) *P(H) *P(H)

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