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Unformatted text preview: e probability of winning if you always switch.
(b) the probability of winning if you refuse to switch.
(c) whether Monty is correct in asserting that randomly choosing between the two unopened
curtains gives a probability of winning of 1/2.
Note: Everybody knows that the rules of the game are that Monty always opens one of the two
unchosen curtains and he always offers the “new improved deal,” i.e. he never opens a curtain to
reveal the prize (saying “Oops, you lose; return to your seat”)
5. The...
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