Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. The ambiguity, depending on the exact wording and possible assumptions, was confirmed by Bar-Hillel and Falk,  and Nickerson. Learning that at least one child out of two is a boy, or learning that at least one child out of one is a boy? Assume that which of the two children answers the door is determined by chance. The mathematical outcome would be the same if it were phrased in terms of a coin toss. Views Read Edit View history.
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