There is a syllabus called theory of probability, it means that the outcome of certain things regarding the possibility of either getting this or that. The outcomes are most of the times not known to the people, but due to several try the outcome will be equal. The best example of probability theory is that flipping the coin to get the outcome of either head or tails. The flipping of coins gives the outcome of both the head and tails, and in case of continuous flipping we can get the possibility of having both the heads and the tails in equal amount. There are types of probability where if it is a theoretical way of doing probability in the way of making reasoning with the theoretical things and another way of getting the probability is that an experimental theory means that getting the outcome of flipping the coin by continuous times of repeating the same action of flipping. In same way, we get the possibility of getting tails by flipping the coin several times.

## How to get tails on flipping the coin?

The coin flip simulator or tossing is that producing heads or tails by throwing the coin in the up and in return the coin will land on the field by showing the sides of the coin, whether the head or the tail. This method is mostly followed in games between two teams to avoid interruption on choosing who is going to play first. When we flip the coin, we may get the possibility of getting either head or tail. If suppose the one who wants the particular side of the coin either head or tail means, we should flip the coins for several times. After flipping the coins for several times, we can get the possibility as per our wish either getting head or getting tail. As already said when we flip the coin for several times, we will get equal heads, and equal tails. The probability of flipping the coin we can get the head by one chances, and the probability of flipping the tail by getting it on one chance.

The heads and the tails are the two opposite sides of the coin which gives the outcome of either head or tail. For getting the tail in the coin, we have to flip the coin continuously. When we flip the coin, there is no difference between the two sides, and there is no idea about where we throw the coin. When the coin is flipped, the direction of the air in the room, and the way of throwing the coin and catching it may be varies. We will expect the probability of 1/2 for the position of heads, and 1/2 for the position of the tails by flipping the coin in various games. We may also use some strategies to get the tail by putting the coin in what side the coin will give the position of tail. By continuous flipping of the coin, we will definitely get the probability of the position of tails.