# Tagged: coin toss

## Problem 739

There are three coins in a box. The first coin is two-headed. The second one is a fair coin. The third one is a biased coin that comes up heads $75\%$ of the time. When one of the three coins was picked at random from the box and tossed, it landed heads.

What is the probability that the selected coin was the two-headed coin?

## Problem 737

Two fair coins are tossed. Given that at least one of them lands heads, what is the conditional probability that the first coin lands heads?

## Problem 733

Suppose that three fair coins are tossed. Let $H_1$ be the event that the first coin lands heads and let $H_2$ be the event that the second coin lands heads. Also, let $E$ be the event that exactly two coins lands heads in a row.

For each pair of these events, determine whether they are independent or not.