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How Expected Is the Unexpected Hanging?

by Dean Clark (University of Rhode Island)

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
February, 1994

Subject classification(s): Logic and Foundations | Logic
Applicable Course(s): 3.7 Discrete Math | 4.6 Logic/Foundations

The article discusses the paradox described in the title and two other similar paradoxes.

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