## Math Problem Statement

A coin is flipped at the start of every game to determine if Team A (heads) or Team B (tails) will get the ball first.

**Part A:** Find the theoretical probability of a fair coin landing on heads. (1 point)
**Part B:** Flip a coin 12 times and record the frequency of each outcome. Determine the experimental probability of landing on heads. Please include the frequency of each outcome in your answer. (2 points)
**Part C:** Compare the experimental probability to the theoretical probability. (1 point)

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## Math Problem Analysis

### Mathematical Concepts

Probability Theory

Experimental Probability

Theoretical Probability

### Formulas

Probability formula: P(event) = Number of favorable outcomes / Total number of possible outcomes

### Theorems

Law of Large Numbers

### Suitable Grade Level

Grades 7-9

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