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Tool: Three Door Problem
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Description: Simulates the statistical Three Door Problem, also called the Monty Hall Problem. The player is shown three closed doors in a room, behind exactly one of which is a prize. The player chooses a door. Next, one of the two doors the player did not open, that does not contain the prize, is opened and shown to the player. The player must decide whether to remain with the original choice of door or switch to the remaining door. The simulation allows the determination of whether it is advantageous to always switch or always keep the original choice of door.
Technology Type: Flash 
Author: Ralph Irons (Surfin' Sinefeld)
Language: English 
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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