The question: A box contains four coins, two of which are fair, one double-headed (i.e., heads on both sides), and the third is biased in such a way that it comes up heads with probability 1/4. A coin is drawn at random from the box and flipped twice. If both flips result in heads, what is the probability that the coin drawn was double-headed?
From what I understand, there are 2 fair coins with a 1/2 chance to get heads, 1 coin that has 100% chance of getting heads, and one coin with a 1/4 chance to get heads.
Does this mean, for example, that the chance of getting heads in both flips from a fair coin is 1/8? Since there's a 2/4 (1/2) chance to pick one? I just cannot understand the formulation of the question but I assume we have to use Baye's theorem here? I would appreciate any help here! Thanks