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comment A challenge by R. P. Feynman: give counter-intuitive theorems that can be translated into everyday language
@Heath, the Monty Hall problem is a mathematics problem and not a psychology problem. There is indeed a defined probability that Monty opens the door with the prize, that probability is 0%. Monty never, ever, opened the door with the prize. Indeed, that would make the game pointless.
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