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A coin is tossed repeatedly and heads turn up on each toss with probability

p . Let Hn and Tn be the numbers of heads and tails in n tosses. Show

that, for each epsilon > 0.

E STANDS FOR EPSILON!! and <= means less than or equal to!)

P(2p-1-e <= (1/n) (Hn- Tn) <= (2p-1 + e) approaches 1 as n approaches infinity.

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