The infinite monkey theorem in practice and founder of www.moodio.co.uk

Mar 23 · 1 min

While it is better than the 50%:50% argument, your solution is still wrong.

I think theres many ways to get to the right answer.

However i disagree that there was a 50% chance that either door could have been opened, because taking it from a different angle, there is only a 33.3% chance that neither of the two remaining doors has the car in it (at which point there is a 50% chance for Monty Hall…

Mar 12 · 4 min

Having last week started learning the Dart Programming language, and more specifically AngularDart and Flutter and found it to be one of the most useful languages i have been exposed to in a while, I was surprised today when I found an article from…

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Mar 4 · 2 min

The Monty-Hall problem is an interesting example of the importance of context in statistics. In this post I will explain the idea behind this mind boggling problem and give a very brief explanation of why it matters now more than ever. For those of…

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