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Dec
17
comment Monty hall problem extended.
Hell, now I've convinced myself that from other point of view the risk of picking wrong door indeed does decrease with the number of doors. Anyways, @OldCurmudgeon inspired me with his idea. I'm gonno go code my own (to the point i avoided going through his code) Monte Carlo sim, run an insane number of iterations and report back.
Dec
16
comment Monty hall problem extended.
It is meaningless from the point of view that you allways come to an end-game where you choose one out of N. You know the probability in advance, my point is that sticking to the same door is as much of a choice as choosing different ones. Or, that as much as the "probability of other doors rises", so does the "probability of the doors you already chosen" ...
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16
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16
answered Monty hall problem extended.