Curious Incident by Mark Haddon Mr. Jeavons doesn't understand Chris

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Chris presents the readers with a famous mathematical problem known as the ?Monty Hall Problem.' He presents the solutions to the problem and clearly explains how they came about. Furthermore, Christ highlights that although the solution to the problem is correct, it has been highly controversial amongst mathematicians...
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Chris's analysis of the ?Monty Hall Problem' challenges Mr. Jeavon's assumption that ?maths has a straight forward answer.' As Chris points out, mathematics can be described as highly controversial topic. Mr. Jeavons ?doesn't understand numbers.' He is constructed to underestimate the complexity of maths, hence Chris's mind...
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