Corpus ID: 17515905

The Monty Hall Problem: A Study

@inproceedings{Mitzenmacher2005TheMH,
  title={The Monty Hall Problem: A Study},
  author={Michael Mitzenmacher},
  year={2005}
}
  • Michael Mitzenmacher
  • Published 2005
The Monty Hall problem is based on apparent paradox that is commonly misunderstood, even by mathematicians. In this paper we define the Monty Hall problem and use a computer simulation to shed light on it. We then provide a mathematical explanation that fits the experimental results. 

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