could we say like the title that if we throw coins n times the result were s=nhead/n this were statistics and we could find a prediction for the next toss p(s)=?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I thought we could reason like : the next tosses shall equilibrate towards 1/2 so for example p(s)=1-s ?

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# Are probabilities predictive and statistics a posteriori ?

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