A two-faced fair coin has its faces designated as head (H) and tail (T). This coin is tossed three times in succession to record the following outcomes: H. H. H. If the coin is tossed one more time, the probability (up to one decimal place) of obtaining H again. given the previous realizations of $\mathrm{H} . \mathrm{H}$ and $\mathrm{H}$, would be

A two-faced fair coin has its faces designated as head (H) and tail (T). This coin is tossed three times in succession to record the following outcomes: H. H. H. If the coin is tossed one more time, the probability (up to one decimal place) of obtaining H again. given the previous realizations of $\mathrm{H} . \mathrm{H}$ and $\mathrm{H}$, would be

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