Here is a known probability riddle:
A and B are two lists of 100 binary numbers:
One was obtained by tossing a coin (1 for a head, 0 for a tail), and the other by a human, who was asked to simulate tossing a coin.
Question: which one comes from a human brain?
The standard answer: B was produced using a coin, because (among other things) the probabilty of obtaining a "000000" or "111111" is about 80%, but a humain brain tends to avoid such "simulations".
My Question: what (if any) statistical test can be used in Maple for an answer?
(I have tried ChiSquareSuitableModelTest but both lists were accepted).