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• #### Numb3rs: Decision Theory

Charlie explains how he narrows down a suspect pool using reverse decision theory. He compares decision theory to a hunter. You can use decision theory to see what animal a hunter is most likely to kill. You can also use the reverse and look at a kill and determine which hunter was most likely to have hunted that animal.

• #### A Beautiful Mind: Governing Dynamics: Ignore the Blonde

Has profanity
John Nash and his friends are attracted to a blonde woman at a bar, and John applies game theory concepts to determine the best course of action for both him and his friends in order to gain the appeal of a woman.

• #### Numb3rs: Mathematical Gunfight

Charlie and Marshall explain the logic of a truel (a duel among three people).

• #### Arrival: It's a Non-zero-sum Game

Louise's daughter asks her for the technical term of a deal in which both sides can win, and Louise does not recall the term at the time. Louise's team has a discussion about their findings on alien data, and they realize that there are 12 total groups, each with a different set of data. They will need to share data with the other groups in order to obtain the full set of data, which they determine is a non-zero-sum game. Louise then recalls the technical term for a win-win situation and relays it to her daughter.

• #### Numb3rs: Monty Hall Problem

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.