Hey folks- I apologize for the incomplete and inexact wording of question two on the latest worksheet.
Here is the story. A Type I flipper always tells the truth. A Type II flipper, with some unknown probability f (f less than 0.5), will decide before a flip that, no matter what you guess, he will make you wrong. That is, no matter what the coin actually is, if you guess 'heads' he says 'tails,' and vice versa.