The Monty Hall Problem Explained

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What is the Monty Hall problem and how can it be explained? Let’s Make a Deal is a long-running TV game show that debuted in 1963 and is still on the air today. The early versions of the show featured contestants who made bargains with the show’s co-creator and longtime host, Monty Hall. If the contestants were lucky and skilled at making deals, they could win cash and other prizes, but if they weren’t, they received undesirable “zonk” prizes such as goats instead. Who would have known that decades after the show premiered, a probability puzzle loosely based on it would stir up so much controversy in academic and intellectual circles. We will examine this intriguing puzzle today, in this episode of The Infographics Show, “The Monty Hall Problem.”

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