This, is technically a math paradox, since every room has 33.33% chance.Once he tells u to change, he gives u a chance, if u change the door u increase ur chance of geting the great prizeThe answer is 'you should change'.There was a show on discovery some years ago, i remember this.
Hello EPW, today I would like to introduce you a problem - the Monty Hall Problem. It is a famous problem, so some of you might have heard about it. It was originated from a game show and named after the host, Monty Hall. Here's the problem (copied from Wikipedia):Suppose you're on a game show, and you're given the choice of three doors: Behind one door is a car; behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say No. 1, and the host, who knows what's behind the doors, opens another door, say No. 3, which has a goat. He then says to you, "Do you want to pick door No. 2?" Is it to your advantage to switch your choice?One thing to emphasize: The host will always open a door which has a goat, and of course he knows what's behind every door. Comment below whether or not you should switch.
It's just psyhology and math all togetherIf u remove 33,3% leaves u with 66,6% chance that one of those 2 left is the good one, if he tells u to change, he just tests u, and most people choose to stay, but if u change it, u purely do what he wasn't expecting, do what he says.Most people don't wanna do what some1 tells them to do, so he tells u that, to make u feel more confident about ur door.In the end, if u change, u just get a higher chance of geting the prize, i can't explain it as i really believe since my english isn't good enough for me to say all i'd like to.In general, i'd change because humans tend to do what they are not told to. If he tells u to switch, he just tries to make u stay at the same door as u are. Hope that what i've said made any sense, if not, sorry.
What if he exactly knew that you would follow him because you think your smart and thus pointed you to the wrong door? Don't try to argue on this question
That's why it's called paradox, w.e u choose, there is a turning back.These are the things u can't really predict, there are just ways of making ur chances A BIT higher, not being sure of a win. It's like gambling with less risks.
If you're a good psychologist you should still be able to up your chances to 66 2/3% of making the right choice.Except these kind of shows don't allow psychologist to play there.
Only chance of winning that game is to use this paradox in ur advantage and read the body language of the guy that presents the show, asking some sh1t that would make him give away, un-wanted info.Like, the way he moves, if he's moving his hands, if his lips are shaking and so on, it requires some practice, but only to make ur chances higher, not get a 100% win.
u open the doorhop on the goat and run away