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A gambler is holding three coins. One coin is an ordinary quarter, the second has two heads, the third has two tails. The gambler chooses one of the coins

at random and flips it, showing heads. What is the likelihood that the other side is tails?


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The answer must be 1/2 as the chances include the two coins (one normal quarter and the other with two heads).
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