**Instructive Examples (paradoxes) (iex)**

Berkson's paradox / (2:B) Bertrand's box paradox / (F:B) Borelâ€“Kolmogorov paradox / cnd (2:CM) Boy or Girl paradox / (2:B) Exchange paradox / (2:D) Monty Hall problem / (F:B) Necktie paradox |
Nontransitive dice Simpson's paradox Sleeping Beauty problem St. Petersburg paradox / mnt (1:D) Three Prisoners problem Two envelopes problem |

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