Monty Hall Problem
Let’s observe the hypothetical situation:
1) In multiple choice section the candidate chooses a random answer from a, b, and c (e.g. a).
2) If candidate knows exactly which answer is wrong from the two choices left (e.g. b)
Then is it correct to assume that chances of getting the answer right by switching from a to c will increase from 33% to 67%?
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