# HELP QUICK I ONLY HAVE 1 CHANCE

Stephen has a counter that is orange on one side and brown on the other. The counter is shown below:

Stephen flips this counter 24 times. What is the probability that the 25th flip will result in the counter landing on the orange side up?

ANSWERS:

fraction 24 over 25

fraction 1 over 24

fraction 1 over 4

fraction 1 over 2

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Kharma07I think it would be 1/2. Because, there's a 50/50 chance of it landing in either side.