#### Price

^{BTC}0.00043451

USD

3.81

#### Market Cap

USD

918,727,084

#### Change % (1H)

%

^{} -0.27

#### Change % (24H)

%

^{} -2.45

## Huobi Token (HT) Historical Price & Volume Charts

## Huobi Token Wiki

beta## Huobi Token Key Financial Information

Mkt. Cap | ^{USD} 918,727,084 | Volume 24H | ^{USD} 122,217,031 |

Mkt. Share | 0.37 % | Available Supply | 241,284,047 |

Change % (1H) | -0.27 % | Max Supply | 0 |

Change % (24H) | -2.45 % | Total Supply | 500,000,000 |

Change % (7D) | -2.61 % | Proof | |

Algorithm | Upated: 6 hours ago |

## Huobi Token Historical Data

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## Huobi Token Videos

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## Huobi Token (HT) Reviews & Critics

What is the expected number of coin flips until you get two heads in a row (HH)? What is the expected number of coin flips until you get a heads followed by a ....

- I dispute the expected flips for HH. To start with, the expected flips until a heads is 2. (1/2(1)+1/4(2)+1/8(3)+... = Sum[n/(2^n), n=1 to infinity] = 2). There is a 50% chance of a heads following this. If it is tails, treat that tails as the first flip of a new number of flips trying to reach a heads again. So the expected number of flips to get a heads the 2nd time following the tails would be double the first expected flips. So 4. This process is repeated. This means that expected number of flips for HH = 1/2(3)+1/4(5)+1/8(7)+... = Sum[(2n+1)/(2^n), n=1 to infinity] = 5.
- I just wrote some VBA code in Excel to simulate the game of coin flipping. My simulation program with say 10,000 tests (which takes only a few seconds to run) results in an average of about 6 tosses to get two consecutive Heads.
- What is the difference between E(HH) and E(HH|T)?
- This is very clear. Thanks for making this