Monte Carlo Simulation

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Definition: Monte Carlo Simulation

Monte Carlo simulation is a method of solving problems used to check the consequences of various outcomes by applying various permutations and combinations which are also called trial and error runs or simulations using different variables.

Monte Carlo Simulation was developed in Monaco, where there are a lot of casinos and people apply the various permutations and combinations to win in casinos as it is a game of chance.

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