## Three Card Monty Hall

Imagine we are playing a game of cards. In this game, there are only three cards in the deck: An Ace and two Kings. I will deal you one card, and I will keep the other two. You win if,…

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Imagine we are playing a game of cards. In this game, there are only three cards in the deck: An Ace and two Kings. I will deal you one card, and I will keep the other two. You win if,…

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The Monty Hall problem persists in Internet mathematics discussions, as if its results are somehow spectacularly unique or mystifying. Here is the problem: You are on a game show and are presented with three doors. Behind one door is some…

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The Problem In the misnomered “Monty Hall” problem, the rules are set out as follows: You as the contestant are faced with the choice of three doors, behind exactly one of which is money or something else of significant value….

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