Some of the best math puzzle possibilities are involved, mostly because they compete in their answers if they do not see the solution. Take Monty Hall for example. In one, you are in a game show where you have to choose three doors.

One has a car behind it; the other two have a goat behind it. You pick a door. The presenter opens a door for the rest and shows you the goat. You then asked if you want to change your selection. In addition, although many people do not like the idea, changing your choice is always the best option. With that in mind, let us look at this intriguing little tease. With the help of Dr. Tom Crawford, the University of Oxford put together a short video on the Campbell Seat Reservation Probability Puzzle.

One has a car behind it; the other two have a goat behind it. You pick a door. The presenter opens a door for the rest and shows you the goat. You then asked if you want to change your selection. In addition, although many people do not like the idea, changing your choice is always the best option. With that in mind, let us look at this intriguing little tease. With the help of Dr. Tom Crawford, the University of Oxford put together a short video on the Campbell Seat Reservation Probability Puzzle.

Out of these 100 available, you have booked your favorite table at this restaurant. The restaurant is full. When the first sponsors of the tragedy strike appear, the reservation software does not work and they sit at random tables. Fortunately, the system is restarted when the rest of the guests arrive and may be sitting at their reserved table … unless someone else is already present. In that case, they will place in random tables. You are the last guest to arrive because it is always fashionable to be late. In this case, though it means getting your favorite table is out of your hands.

In terms of all the possible locations of the other 99 guests, what are the chances of getting the table you wanted? My advice is not to over-organize it but watch the video below if you want a solution.