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A fair coin has come up "heads" 10 times in a row. The probability that the coin will come up heads on the next flip is
▸ less than 50%, since "tails" is due to come up.
▸ 50%.
▸ It cannot be determined.
▸ greater than 50%, since it appears that we are in a streak of "heads."
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