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- The Monty Hall problem 9 answers
I am a bit confused. I thought after Monty opens the door with the goat, conditional probabilities kick in and our sample space shrinks down to 2 doors instead of 3, and since they were all equally likely, the two doors now have probabilities of 1/2. But apparently, we are not supposed to use conditional probability here?
Thanks in advance