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anonymous
 5 years ago
You are a juror for a trial involving a nighttime car accident in a certain city. the make of the car is known. of the cars in the city matching this make, 85% are green and 15% are blue. a witness of the accident identified the car as blue. in reenactments of the accident, the witness correctly reported the color of the car 80% of the time. so there is a probability of 0.85 cars having green as actual color which branches out to 0.8 for reported green color and 0.2 reported blue color. there is a probability of 0.15 cars having blue as actual color which branches out to 0.2 for reported gre
anonymous
 5 years ago
You are a juror for a trial involving a nighttime car accident in a certain city. the make of the car is known. of the cars in the city matching this make, 85% are green and 15% are blue. a witness of the accident identified the car as blue. in reenactments of the accident, the witness correctly reported the color of the car 80% of the time. so there is a probability of 0.85 cars having green as actual color which branches out to 0.8 for reported green color and 0.2 reported blue color. there is a probability of 0.15 cars having blue as actual color which branches out to 0.2 for reported gre

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0the end is cut off but its actually "0.2 for reported green color"
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