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Taking Odds Have you ever had your attention on the last bit of chocolate cake, but noticed your buddy did also, or wished to sit at the front seat, but had been faced by your brother or sister putting up a struggle? At one point or another, everyone has found themselves at some form of disagreement or misunderstanding that has been solved with an easy remedy, a coin toss. However, how can you decide which side of the coin to chose? With that slice of cake calling your name, it would be quite helpful to understand whether the coin were biased to land on a specific facet until you made your decision. One may not overthink the option, as it's a frequent belief that there's a 50/50 chance when it comes to flipping a coin, but this old adage may in fact be a decades old offender. A group of graduate students in Stanford decided they'd address this issue not with logic, but with mathematics, and ran within 1,000 coin tosses to find out what they could find. What are the Chances? So begs the question, if you should turn a coin, by hand, 100 times, does this imply that it would he...