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• Some people like me just can't see the reasoning butï»¿ i think i finaly got it. It is confusing in that the only odds that shift are the ODDS OF U WINNING. The switch method makes u win more because Example: (winner is behind A) u pick A and switch to B because the host opened C you lose. Pick C host reveales B switch to A win. Pick B host reveales C switch to A win. (2/3) WINS. However the odds that the physical doors are winners is either 1/3 or 1/2. Odds of u winning, not of door being a winner

• 1/2x

dude its called to re-check look at my math problem so ï»¿ + bx +c = 0,

so x is 1/3

• If I get to the end of a game showï»¿ with the right door, but switch at the end.

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I'm killing a goat, any goat.

• Now it may still look like 50/50 but look CAREFULLY:

Switching gives the likelihood of getting a car 2 times out of 3, or 66%

Sticking gives the likelihood of getting a car 1 time outï»¿ of 3, or 33%

This means you are twice as likely to end up with a car if you switch because you are twice as likely to pick a goat door to start with.

• For those that don't understand or think that it is 50/50 I'll explain it simply.

There are SIX possible outcomes.

1. Pick 1st goat door. Host shows 2nd goat. You switch. Get a car.

2. Pick 2nd goat door. Host shows 1st goat. You switch. Get a car.

3.ï»¿ Pick 1st goat door. Host shows 2nd goat. Stick. Get a goat.

4. Pick 2nd goat door. Host shows 1st goat. Stick. Get a goat.

5. Pick car door. Host shows any goat. Switch. Get a goat.

6. Pick car door. Host shows any goat. Stick. Get a car.

• For the Monty Hall Problem to work, the host MUST know where both goats are because the host must alwaysï»¿ show you a goat. This means that the host also knows where the car is.

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