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Which Chair you will choose ?


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#31 bonanova

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 03:05 PM

But the student in the first chair gets to guess first, no? So, if I walk in with the fairness assumption, then I don't really even need to see what the other two students have on their heads in order to determine what mine are.


Spoiler for but does that really work?

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