I need a way of solving this problem: It's not math homework, I legitimately want to know and it's bothering me.
So the probability of having a coin land on heads is .5 or 1/2, so it'll land on heads half the time in a perfect world. The probability of a coin landing heads ten times in a row is .0009765625. There are 7,000,000 people on the planet. Each person can flip a coin 17280 times a day. If every person on the planet flips coins until one person gets ten heads in a row, how long will it take to get the 10 heads in a row?