I'm not willing to eat crow yet because I am under the influence of cold medicine (sheesh, making up excuses already.) Good puzzle. It is 180 degrees from the most common mistake people make in creating odd which is breaking it down. I broke it down too much. That is, if I'm wrong. I switch to just sudafeds and see if I can engage brain.<br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
Boy, this crow tastes good. I had to get three upside down cups with two toy goats and a model car and work this out in the meat world before I would believe it. I still had to take your great example and make it much more long winded just to convince my feeble mind I had not missed anything:<br><br>You have Goat A, Goat B, and Car:<br><br>If you choose Car initially, <br>then a switch will give you 100% goat (because that is the only thing left after Monty grabs a goat)<br>standing pat will give you 100 % car (well duh)<br><br>If you choose Goat A initially, <br>then a switch will give you 100% car (cause Monty removed the other goat)<br>standing pat will give you 100 % goat (well duh)<br><br>If you choose Goat B initially, <br>then a switch will give you 100% car (Monty the goat napper takes the other goat)<br>standing pat will give you 100 % goat (stick with a goat you have a goat)<br><br>Then just adding them up:<br><br> Switch and you get goat, car, car or 66% chance of car. <br>Stand pat you get car, goat, goat or 33% chance of car.<br><br>So I am a goat because it pays to switch. That was a good one.<br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
LOL all to simple - watch closely.<br><br>By contract via sponsors the show must show all products to the viewers. So no matter what the door the car is behind they will always start with the doors that do not have the car - the show in returns builds suspense to the audience as they try to get you to change your mind.<br><br>In short the big dollar prize is last<br><br>
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