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Jan
13
comment Is Lottery probability really the same for all combos?
It is the same for real lottery statistical data too
Dec
11
comment Monty Hall Application
The guarantee part is to allow the original game to proceed to state 3(to switch or not) ALL the time but if we can proceed to state 3 somehow when monty 'guess' the same door, the decision to shift in probability by switching still depends on the player.
Dec
11
comment Monty Hall Application
The end result of state 2 is the same whether we 'think' monty actually knows or independently guess the same empty door.
Dec
11
comment Monty Hall Application
Does it matter whether the host picks the same empty door(town) knowingly or randomly(independent) since the 2nd state of the system ended the same(only seaside and village choices left)?
Dec
10
comment Monty Hall Application
Does intentional vs coincidental revealing of the third door makes a difference? I thought MHP is just a shift of choices of probabilities from (1/3) vs ( 2/3 )?
Dec
10
comment Monty Hall Application
What if he is? How does it make a difference?
May
24
comment Lottery “Sum” forecasting
Well, maybe not next exact value, but rather a changing next period best 80 numbers moving range instead of always having 161+-40 as a fixed best range. And, I am not referring to moving average line or range.
May
24
comment Lottery “Sum” forecasting
Thanks but I am looking for something with forecasting (next value) feature not just MC simulation.
May
23
comment Lottery “Sum” forecasting
If it is not really normal bell curve, then exact calculations may not be meaningful.
May
23
comment Lottery “Sum” forecasting
Where can I find MC simulation in excel for this case?
May
23
comment Lottery “Sum” forecasting
Isn't Monte Carlo method used for forecasting brownian type bell curve distribution?