PeroK
I was showing the method to use.
There are no single "correct values", not even in the table you cite. The numbers will vary from country to country - Chad no doubt has worse death rates than Sweden but the method is the same for both.
I think you are, as is so often the case in this...
I'm using guessed numbers for demonstration.
If, say, 70% of births are alive at age 80, and 69% of births are alive at 81, then your chance of dying between 80 and 81 is 1 in 70.
If you assume the chance is equal throughout the year, then your chance of dying on a given day is 1 in 70 x...
There are many ways to convince people unfamiliar with probability calculations.
The best is undoubtedly to draw up the table of every possibility, where the car is placed behind each door in turn, and where the player chooses each door in turn. There are nine possible outcomes as in the table...