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- Monty Hall problem is modified to 2 cars and 2 goats

I modify the Monty Hall problem a bit. Suppose there are 4 doors and behind

each door either a goat or a car out of a pool of 2 goats and 2 cars. You choose a door at random and in comes Monty Hall who always opens a door with a goat behind it. He opens just one door for you and asks you if you would like to stick to your door or pick either of the two remaining doors. What should you do?

each door either a goat or a car out of a pool of 2 goats and 2 cars. You choose a door at random and in comes Monty Hall who always opens a door with a goat behind it. He opens just one door for you and asks you if you would like to stick to your door or pick either of the two remaining doors. What should you do?