A 52% bias toss for head using the 51% tail bias coin was done to obtain a fair result.

Can you find how bias is the floor in this case?

First let us assume that all other condition are fair here.
Now the toss will generate a 52:48 distribution in the favour of heads. Therefore, the toss bias factor for heads is 52/48.

In the same manner, the coin will be generating 49:51 distribution in favour of tails which makes the coin bias factor for heads in this case to be 49/51.

So, we have a combined bias factor of (52 * 49) / (51 * 48) = 2548 / 2448 which will be cancelled by a 2448 / 2548 floor factor.
The floor will be generating a distribution of 2448 / (2548 + 2448) : 2548 / (2548 + 2448) in the favour of tails which amounts to 51.00080064% tails approximately.

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