Re: Simulations of the Monty Hall Problem

From: Adrian Tymes (
Date: Sun May 13 2001 - 21:58:52 MDT

Lee Corbin wrote:
> If people put one-half of the effort of writing
> even a simple simulation into carefully thinking
> about the problem, they'd learn something. But
> it's more fun to just write code than to think.

Alternately, if people would just try to write some simple simulations,
or try a few direct experiments for things that can't easily be
simluated, when they have spent years beating their brains out about a
particular problem in a near void of actual data, much insight could
also be gained.

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