## Simulation and first ideas

##### Monty Hall Problem (Goizane)

MONTY HALL PROBLEM SIMULATE

It is better to change doors because the probability that the car will touch you is much higer (68%), than if you keep the door (34%).

##### Monty Hall Problem (Irene)

In my opinion, undoubtedly, the best option is to change the choice. If I pick a goat at first time, there is only one goat the host can reveal. So, the host opens the only other goat door and then I swap to the remaining closed door the car. So, the probability of winning a car by changing my choice is of 74%, and of winning a goat is 26%. If I keep my choice, it doesn’t matter which other goat door the host opens, because I am sticking with my first choice and the chance that I have already picked the car is 40%, and the chance I have already picked a goat is 60%.

##### Monty hall Problem.Héctor

For my the best option is to change because the probability is better changing your initial option.

##### Oscar idea Monty Hall

I think that change choice is better than keep choice because if you change you will have more probability to take the car.

##### MONTY HALL PROBLEM (Juan)

Changing makes it become more probable to win the car. At the start 1/3 is the probability for each door, but, when the door is revealed it becomes ½, the thing is, this change in probability is only effective when changing; if not, it is still 1/3.

##### Monty Hall Project-Leticia.

It’s better to change the door, cause if you see the video explaining the Monty Hall Problem: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhlc7peGlGg), it explains why if you choose the other door, he other door, your probabilities are higher than if you keep it, as seen in my experiment.