Probably...Its possible..!

A special coin is a cylinder with a diameter of 24mm and a thickness of 2mm. Pretend you could flip a coin like it was a real one except that the the coin doesn't bounce and it ignores any physics relating to the coin's center of gravity. When flipped, it just stays on the surface of the coin that touches the ground first. If you flipped a coin, what is the probability that the coin you flipped would land on its side? (not on the 2 faces)

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