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Old 09-14-2015, 05:36 PM
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Default Exercise 1.10 part c

For part c where we plot estimates of the probability, are we supposed to be basing our estimates on all coins we flipped or only the three coins we made histograms for: c1, crand and cmin? And if only those three coins, are we making a different graph for each one or somehow combine the three coins into a single probability estimate?
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