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correct. in the million door scenario the chances of the door you picked being the correct door is 1 in a million, therefore wouldn't the chance of the other door being the correct one be 999999 in a million? The point being it is always better odds to make the switch in a situation like this.leto said:I disagree. By removing the 999998 doors, the chance of the door you didn't pick being the door increases. The door you did pick could not be removed, and is therefore less likely to be the prized door.

another way of looking at it is this: after you make your first choice you are given the option of keeping your door or taking all 999999 of the other doors.(which is the same thing as taking one door that may be right and throwing out 999998 wrong ones) Do you keep your 1 or take all 999999 of the others?

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