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- Falling Circles
- Word Find
- Word Find II - Beta
- Choose a door and win!
- Stick with the door you originally picked, each door had a 33% chance of having the prize behind it. It doesn’t matter if you switch or not, you still have 33% chance of winning!
- Once you see one is a booby prize, it changes your probability of winning to 50%!
- Since the first time you picked, you had a 33% chance of winning, the probability the prize is under the one of the other two doors is 67%. Therefore switching gives you a 67% chance of winning!
- Your first choice has a 33% chance of being correct, your second choice to switch or not gives you a 50% chance of being correct, therefore, no matter what you do you have a 17% chance of winning (33% x 50%)!
- None of the above, this stuff is all random, it doesn’t matter what you do!

Try to avoid the falling cirlces.

Find the hidden words. Click and drag on the letters in the grid. When you complete a word, the word (if it is in the list) will be circled and crossed out at the right of the screen.

You provide the words you want to find. Enter a list of words you wish to find, separated by Enter (newline). Copy (cntl-c) and paste (cntl-v) should work, that is why this application required a digital signature. You will need to agree you want to run the application even though the application's digital signature could not be verified.

Find the hidden words. Click and drag on the letters in the grid. When you complete a word, the word (if it is in the list) will be circled and crossed out at the right of the screen.

It’s the old statistical problem, based on the TV show “Let’s Make a deal”.

A contestant picks a door. The host shows a different door that contains a booby prize. The question posed to the contestant, do you stay with the door you picked or do you switch?

What would you do?

Run the application and see how you do. Try running it at least 100 times to get a good sampling.