Monty Hall Problem
From Numb3rs
00:00 - 02:08
2m 8s

The teacher poses to his students the Monty Hall problem, which investigates the probability of choosing a correct answer given three options and the subsequent probability of changing the original choice. The teacher explains why his students' instincts are not correct.


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