The probability of flipping a coin heads is 0.5. The probability of flipping heads in three tries is 0.875. What if you know the first two tries are tails? Does the third try become 0.5 chance again?
I believe it is 0.5 knowing the first two are tails. But if the coin was flipped 99 times tails I feel like the next flip has some sort of advantage to being heads.
I believe it is 0.5 knowing the first two are tails. But if the coin was flipped 99 times tails I feel like the next flip has some sort of advantage to being heads.