Suppose, I have two boxes. A host is telling me to pick one. I see the money inside of this one - say 100 \$. Now, I need to decide if I want to swap, given the information that the other box has twice less or more money - say 50\$ or 200\$. Thereofre, expected value of the second box is clearly 125 \$.
Question 1: Does this apply that I need to always swap?
Question 2: If I repeat the experiment 1000 times, where the money inside of the boxes is some random $N>0$, does it matter if I swap? Does it have to do something with the law of large numbers?