Monty Hall problem has baffled the maths enthusiasts for decades. Mr. Monty Hall was associated with the popular game show called Let’s Make a Deal on American TV. Over his 30 years long career, Hall hosted nearly 5000 episodes of Let’s Make a Deal.
At the end of every episode, the contestants were offered to play a game called “Big Deal.” Here’s how it was structured.
A contestant was invited to stand with Monty Hall facing three big doors: Door no. 1, Door no. 2, and Door no. 3. Behind one of these three doors is a grand prize like a brand new car. The other two doors have something useless like a goat. Of course, Hall knew beforehand which door had the prize.
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