Most coins we deal with on an everyday basis are called fair coins. Because there is a 50-50 chance of getting a head or tail. Now, you are an evil genius and you have made an unfair coin. Say it has a 75% chance of giving you a Head. So, if you toss the coin 4 times, on average, you get 3 Heads. Because there is a 75% chance of getting a Head, there is a 25% chance of getting a Tail. Let us represent such a coin by \(C = \left( \frac{75}{100} \times H \right) + \left( \frac{25}{100}\times T \right) \) . Here, the \(\frac{75}{100}\) represents the probability of getting a Head (H), etc.

What is the probability of getting a tail if \( C = \left( \frac{30}{100}\times H \right) + \left( \frac{70}{100}\times T \right) \)