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Which is more probable.
a) flipping a coin 3 times and obtaining at least 2 heads
b) flipping a coin 4 times and obtaining at least 2 heads
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    This does not require much thought. The ptobability of getting a certain number of heads (or more) increases with the number of tries.

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