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The Georgia Birds and the Michigan Felines were playing a game in which a fair coin was flipped 101 times.
CAN YOU PASS THE CRANBERRY SAUCE?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSNOVEMBER 20, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
For the S&P 500, if you’re buying and selling the market on a one-day basis, your chance of making money is a little bit better than a coin flip.
For some, Blackfishing brings to mind blackface, a term first coined in the 1830s in New York.
In school, probability lessons often begin with flipping lots of imaginary coins.
Suppose you wanted to simulate a fair coin in at most three flips.
Suppose I want to simulate a fair coin in at most three flips.
CAN YOU MAKE AN UNFAIR COIN FAIR?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSNOVEMBER 6, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
For the remaining edges they flipped a coin — just as Erdős would have — to determine whether to color a given edge blue or green.
Jack Ma, the Alibaba billionaire and richest man in Asia, four years ago coined the term “techfin” to describe his fintech brainchild’s special status.
ANOTHER ANT UNDER CHINA’S BOOTRHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
Willingham coins a new term, intromittum, to describe organs that transmit gametes — the eggs or sperm — from one partner to the other.
More than a century ago, the zoologist Richard Semon coined the term “engram” to designate the physical trace a memory must leave in the brain, like a footprint.

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