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# 2 Coins

What common phrase does this represent?

When tossing two unbiased coins once:

"One of the outcomes with probability = 0.25 is better than the outcome with probability = 0.5"

When tossing two unbiased coins once:

"One of the outcomes with probability = 0.25 is better than the outcome with probability = 0.5"

### Answer

Two heads are better than oneTossing outcome with probability = 0.25 is (head, head) or "two heads". Tossing outcome with probability = 0.5 is (head, tail) or (tail, head) or "one head".

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## Comments

Nice one... I thought "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush"

dsquared.... do you often toss birds??

hmm..bird tossing.. I think that I am more inclined to cookie tossing.

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