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# Your Class Research the famous Monty Hall probability

## Problem 6DP Chapter 4

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Problem 6DP

Your Class Research the famous Monty Hall probability problem. Conduct a simulation of the Monty Hall problem online using a simulation program or in class using live “contestants.” After 50 simulations compare your results to those stated in the research you did. Did your simulation support the conclusions?

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From the given problem we have the monty hall problem. In that,

Games stayed = 50

Games stayed and won = 17

Experimental probability to win = 34.00%

Games switched = 50

Games switched and won = 27

Experimental probability to win = 54.00%.

We need to compare our results to those stated in the research we did. Also, we have to check whether our simulation support the conclusions.

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Suppose we do not switch doors. Then,...

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