Coin flip is called a coin toss, and heads or tails. It is known as the practice of throwing a coin in the air and checking the chances of a coin flip. Once you flip the coin on the air, it will rotate over the air several times and get it again and watch the visible side of the coin and what it shows is the result of your thoughts. It may show you head or tail. Before that, you should fix any option for those head and tail. If you have two different teams called the green team and red team. But still you have confusion in choosing the team which means this is your best chance to take the best one. Just thought if it gives heads select green team, else select red team. And toss the coin, watch the visible side of the coin and make your decision with a happier mindset. The coin flip will give a fifty percent chance of either heads or tails is unfortunately fallacious. That is because the mechanics that govern coin flips are predictable.

## How the coin flip works and predict the result?

In the physics speak scientists and researchers are categorize a coin flip as deterministic since the outcome is determined by the factors that are in place before the coin lands. Those factors include the angle at which the coin starts on your thumb, the force of your hand exerts on the coin, the coin will pull of gravity, friction in the air, and land off the ground. Finally, it will show the outcome of your coin flip. All of those forces help to the coin’s motion at a particular angle. It could be calculated based on the laws of physics. Every motion and hypothetically activities may have a different law in physics. Of course, nobody can control or manage all of those factors precisely enough to predict the outcome in real-time, so far day to day decision a coin flip gets the job to decide the options over many is easy. But even so, the heads or tails you would see cannot be considered a fully random. It is partially deterministic and partially random.