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How can you compare outcomes of coin flips from coins with two different weightings and different numbers of flips observed.
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With that few flips and the difference seemingly that small? There's no way a statistical test could detect whether they are different.

That's what you would want, though. A hypothesis test for the difference of two proportions.
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Look up binomial distributions
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