cyberpainter wrote:
c in dc wrote:
Wracket, you are a man after my own heart.
Here is a probability puzzle for you to ponder:
Say you are on a Let's Make a Deal type game show. There are 3 doors to choose from; one has the grand prize, the other 2 nothing. You choose one door. The host then reveals one of the 2 remaining doors, and it has nothing behind it. The host then offers to trade you the other unchosen door for your chosen door.
Should you accept his offer?
Wouldn't you have a 50/50 shot either way at that point?
Hmmm, each door has a 1/3 chance of containing the prize. When one door is shown to have no prize, the two remaining doors have a 1/2 chance of containing the prize. I agree with CP, your chances remain 1/2 no matter which door you choose from the remaining 2 doors. Correct?
Nope. You wanna splain this one, Wracket?