# Give+small+coin

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**Coin flipping**— or coin tossing or heads or tails is the practice of throwing a coin in the air to choose between two alternatives, sometimes to resolve a dispute between two parties. It is a form of sortition which inherently has only two possible and equally… …2

**Coin rolling scams**— Coin rolling related scams are a collection of scams involving coin wrappers (rolls of coins). The scammer will roll coins of lesser value or slugs of no value, or less than the correct number of coins in a roll, then exchange them at a bank or… …3

**Give Yourself Goosebumps**— The cover of The Curse of the Creeping Coffin, #8, showing the font used on the covers. Give Yourself Goosebumps was a children s horror fiction gamebook series by R. L. Stine. After the success of the regular Goosebumps books, Scholastic Press… …4

**Coin purse**— A coin purse is a small money bag or pouch, similar to a wallet, but typically used by women and include a compartment for coins.[citation needed] In some countries, it is known simply as a purse.[citation needed] In other countries, such as the… …5

**Challenge coin**— Original USAF Airman s Coin. The obverse of a U.S. Marine Corps birthday ball medalli …6

**Dollar coin (United States)**— Dollar United States Value 1.00 U.S. dollar Mass  8.100 g  (0.260 troy oz) Diameter  26.5 mm  (1.043 in) Thickness   …7

**Five pounds (British decimal coin)**— Infobox Coin Denomination = Five pounds Country = United Kingdom Value = 5.00 Unit = pounds sterling Mass = 28.28 Diameter = 38.61 Thickness = 2.5 Edge = milled, with an inscription Composition = 75% Cu, 25%Ni Years of Minting = 1990 ndash;… …8

**Checking whether a coin is fair**— In statistics, the question of checking whether a coin is fair is one whose importance lies, firstly, in providing a simple problem on which to illustrate basic ideas of statistical inference and, secondly, in providing a simple problem that can… …9

**Dollar (United States coin)**— Infobox Coin Country = United States Denomination = Dollar Value = 1 Unit = U.S. dollar Mass troy oz = 0.260 Mass = 8.100 Diameter inch = 1.043 Diameter = 26.5 Thickness inch = 0.079 Thickness = 2.00 Edge = Plain w/ incused inscriptions… …10

**Checking if a coin is fair**— In statistics, a fair coin is an idealized randomizing device with two states (usually named heads and tails ) which are equally likely to occur. It is based on the ubiquitous coin flip used in sports and other situations where it is necessary to …