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Topic: a Monty Hall variant
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Rich Delaney

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Registered: 12/13/04
a Monty Hall variant
Posted: Oct 11, 2013 5:20 PM
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You know the Monty Hall problem, now consider
the Random Monty Hall problem: as before, you
face 3 doors, hiding a car, and 2 pigs. You
choose door #1. This time, a wind gust blows
through the studio, opening door #2, revealing
a pig. Do you switch to #3?

This problem is more confusing than the original,
though probably not for this group. And, there's
another possibility - it may be defective, ill
posed, as stated.


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Rich



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