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I know there is a question on the website concerning the extension of the monty hall problem. The question is provided with very good answers given by the participants on the website which I would like to thank a lot for their efforts. But it is explained using basic algebra can someone please explain it to me using Bayes's theory as I know how to apply it to the problem when there are three doors but do not know how to apply it if there are more doors.

This is the link for the other question I am referring to in my question: Monty hall problem extended.

Thank you very much for your efforts.

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How do you apply Bayes theorem with 3 doors? –  oks Mar 10 at 11:03
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@oks: See the recent math.stackexchange.com/questions/706407/… or math.stackexchange.com/questions/705495/… for a suggestion that they may not –  Henry Mar 10 at 18:19

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