Consider a hypothetical coin (with two sides: heads and tails) that has a $3/4$ probability of landing on the side it was before the flip (meaning, if I flip it starting heads-up, then it will have an only $1/4$ probability of landing tails-up). If it begins on heads, what is the probability that it is on tails after 10 flips? What about 100 flips? Assume that each flip starts on the same side as it landed on the previous flip.

Note: this is not a homework problem, just something I thought up myself.