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1. Coin Flips You flip a fair coin, independently, six times. Consider the events A = "the coin comes up heads at least four times", B = "the number of heads is equal to the number of tails" C = "there are at least four consecutive heads" Compute the following probabilities: 1. Pr(A) 2. Pr(B) 3. Pr(C) 4. Pr(A|B) 5. Pr(C|A)

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