Hick Hyman Law

The idea behind the Hick Hyman Law is that the time it takes to make a decision is logarithmic in the number of choices we have such that, given n equally probably choices, the average time T required to choose among them is approximately T = a + b log_2(n).

Contributed by Luke Xu, Elena Wu-Yan, and Manasi Maheshwari

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