Adrian Tymes <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Case A: Host says nothing, so contestant never has a reason to switch.
>Case B: Host reveals a nonprize door after initial choice, always
>choosing the contestant's door if the contestant chose a nonprize door;
>contestant switches only if contestant's door is revealed.
>Case C: Host reveals a nonprize door completely at random; contestant
>only switches if contestant's door is revealed.
>Case D: Host reveals a nonprize door completely at random; contestant
>Any other strategies I should run? I've included the code (in Perl)
>below, if anyone else would like to double-check my work.
Good work Adrian, but, I'm scratching my head, because it seems to me that
you missed the one sequence that represents the original puzzle.
Contestant chooses door. Host chooses a nonprize door from the unchosen
two. Contestant switches from his first choice to the other unrevealed
Am I missing something?
Best, Jeff Davis
"Everything's hard till you know how to do it."
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