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There are three doors and one of the doors with a goat are removed. Which of the two remaining doors should you choose to have a higher chance of getting the car?

There are ten doors and eight of the doors with goats are removed. Which of the two remaining doors should you choose to have a higher chance of getting the car?

Are all of these the exact same version of the Monty Hall problem?There are two doors. Which of the two doors should you choose to have a higher chance of getting the car?

If so, I don't understand why it's not 50/50 in all cases.

If not, I don't understand how these are any different from the Monty Hall problem.