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Use the random-number table to simulate the outcomes of tossing a quarter 25 times. Assume that the quarter is balanced (i.e., fair). (Start at row 1, and let 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 indicate heads and 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 indicate tails. Enter H for heads and T for tails, and enter your answer as a comma-separated list.)

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    What is your question? Find a random number table and follow the instructions (e.g., T, H, H, T...).

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    H,T,T,H,T,H,H,H,T

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