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The Importance of Accepting New Information

The strength of our decision-making heavily relies on our willingness to accept new information.

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There is this problem in statistics called the Monty Hall Problem. The problem goes as follows: You are given 3 doors and told there is a prize behind one of them. You choose a door. Then, one of the doors you did not choose will…

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Logan Haney

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Interested in looking at Baseball through the lens of statistics.

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