A biased coin (that is, one with an unequal chance of getting heads or tails) is tossed three times in a row. If the probability of getting two heads in a row and then a tails is

3/64 and the probability of getting two tails in a row and then a heads is

9/64 , what is the probability of getting a heads on the fourth flip of the coin?

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