The Monty Hall problem is a brain teaser, which is more like a probability puzzle.
The problem statement goes like this 👇
Assume that a room is equipped with three doors. Behind two are goats🐐, and behind the third is a new car 🚗
You are asked to pick a door, and will win whatever is behind it. Let’s say you pick door 1.
Before the door is opened, however, someone who knows what’s behind the doors opens one of the other two doors, revealing a goat, and asks you if you wish to change your selection to the third door (i.e., the door which neither you picked nor he opened).
The Monty Hall problem is deciding whether you do it or not.
If you think that you have the same opportunity to win no matter what decision you make, then without even thinking twice you should checkout Jose
‘s thread below.
I am sure you’ll be surprised after knowing the correct answer🤯