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Exercise 1.10
Some questions about Exercises 1.10 and hope to verify what I did is correct.
(a) What is mu for the 3 coins selected? mu1=5, mu_rand=5, mu_min (I don't know from beginning) (b) repeat 10000 times I got mu1=4.9968, mu_rand=5.0032, mu_min = 0.3704 (to my surprise it is so low, I think the reason might be in each 1024 coins, there might 1 coin is tail for 10 times continuously, then the number of head is 0) (c) need do for each different mu? any one can help explain what is multibin means here? 
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Re: Exercise 1.10
(a) Since mu is probability, I think:
mu1 = mu_rand = mu_min = 0.5 (all coins are fair) (c) We can plot the graph for each mu at the same figure and see the difference 
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Re: Exercise 1.10
I have carried out the experiment but how do calculate mu, and plot it? Thanks

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Re: Exercise 1.10
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Re: Exercise 1.10
If the coin is fair, i think you don't because head or tail has equal probability

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