Tool:
Four Door Problem 
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http://www.svgs.k12.va.us/web/math/Statistics/Doors/Doorpage2.htm
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Description: 
Simulation of the Four Door Problem, a variation of the socalled "Monty Hall Problem" with four doors instead of three. The user is presented with four closed doors, behind exactly one of which lies a prize. The user then selects a door. Another door, one that does not contain the prize, is opened and shown to the user. The user must decide whether to keep the current choice of door or switch to another one. This simulation allows students to determine whether switching doors results in winning more often. 
Technology Type: 
Flash  
Author: 
Ralph Irons (Surfin' Sinefeld) 
Language: 
English  
Cost: 
Does not require payment for use 

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Courses: 
Math 6 
Probability 
 Math 7 
Simulations 
 Probability & Statistics 
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