# CSC344 Assignment 2 (Lisp)

Here's an abstraction of a Roman gladiator game:
- There is a line-up of N gladiators.
- There are SEVEN doors:
- FOUR doors have hungry tigers behind them,
- THREE doors have doves behind them.

- Each gladiator, in turn, chooses and opens a door:
- If there is a tiger behind the door,
The tiger kills the gladiator, and
the tiger is then put back in its cage.
- Otherwise (i.e., if there is a dove),
The gladiator is set free,
the dove is put back in its cage,
and the door to one tiger is locked (and unchoosable)

- All choices are (uniform) random
(so the first gladiator chooses a tiger with probability 4 / 7, etc.)

Your program has two parts
- Compute and print the probablility that, for each K from 0 to N,
that K gladiators remain alive after the game, where N is an input
to the program/function; assume it is at most 20. Express all
results as rational numbers (i.e. fractions) as well as decimal
proportions.
- Simulate the game 1000 times, and display the observed
frequencies of each outcome.