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# Project

Here is a project I have done earlier in the year. I took a coin and flipped it 10 times, and counted that as one "set." After that, I did the same thing ten times again. I then recorded how many tails and heads came from each set. I then determined whether heads or tails had won by which one (heads or tails) had been flipped most in that set. There was no ties. I also counted how many consecutive flips I could get of either heads or tails. This is interesting because heads could have the most consecutive flips in a set, but tails could still win. The pie graph is quite simple, telling how many times tails and heads won. The bar graph shows which one won, and the highest amount of consecutive flips (in one set).

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ALyDrfKK7twnPpJlVt9Y3bDlyqaiRs5KPCgusSprbGM/edit?usp=sharing

here are the graphs. ^

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