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Simulations

Simulations which demonstrate a problem

  1. The Monty Hall Problem

    The Monty Hall problem is a statistical problem which originates from the television Game show Lets Make a Deal, hosted by Monty Hall. The game is simple: a contestant is presented 3 closed doors, behind one of which is a valuable prize (oftentimes described as a car, whereas the other doors have goats behind them). A contestant chooses a door. The host then opens one of the doors you did not choose, which does NOT contain the prize. Then the host asks - do you want to change your decision? What ...

    Updated May 16th, 2011 at 08:32 PM by copeg

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