# MathSciDoc: An Archive for Mathematician ∫

#### S.-T. Yau High School Science Awarded Papersmathscidoc:1608.35013

2008
Our paper begins with a simple but beautiful subject given by Martin Gardner (Dividing ten gold coins and ten silver coins into two containers which look the same outside, then randomly choose one of the containers and take out one coin from the chosen container, Is the probability of getting golden coin becomes higher when the distributive method changes). And we change and consider the problem from some other points of view. 1. Researching the original subject’s probability. 2. Discussing the minimal unit of distributing golden coins. 3. Researching the number of containers. 4. Researching the minimal and maximal probability of getting golden coin which is the function expression of containers’ number. As a result, we will understand the subject more deeply. The essence of the subject tells us: the reason of probability’s changing can not only be interpreted by “Sample Space difference and Sample Point difference”, but also “Classical Probability’s infection to Geometry Probability”. According to this theory, we can model this subject: Gold→A and Silver→not A. Then we use the model in our example, successfully interpreting what J·BERTRAND had found. And we also get a conjecture and prove it. Further, we did some transformation of the original formulation according to the actual situation. This is our paper’s main content.
```@inproceedings{chongbo2008the,
title={THE EFFECT OF CLASSICAL MODELS ON GEOMETRIC MODELS AND SOME CONCLUTIONS ON IT},
author={Chongbo Yang, Xubin Liang, and Zhongqiao Lin},
url={http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20160813215154646203060},
year={2008},
}
```
Chongbo Yang, Xubin Liang, and Zhongqiao Lin. THE EFFECT OF CLASSICAL MODELS ON GEOMETRIC MODELS AND SOME CONCLUTIONS ON IT. 2008. http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20160813215154646203060.