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Many Heads part 2 (Posted on 2021-08-02) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A coin is biased with P(heads)=p.

What is the expected number of flips to get n consecutive heads?

For a fair coin, here is the original Many Heads.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Jer    
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re: trial and error with the computer -> ProofSteven Lord2021-08-17 20:46:05
Solutiontrial and error with the computerCharlie2021-08-02 13:36:56
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