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anonymous
 one year ago
Construct a copy of figure 3.14 in your text, where the first outcome is one of A and B the second outcome in each case is one of a and b. Use the following probabilities instead of those given in your text:
Pr[A]=13
Pr[B]=23
Pr[aA]=57
Pr[bA]=27
Pr[aB]=23
Pr[bB]=13
Find the following missing probabilities:
(1) Pr[B]=
(2) Pr[b]=
(3) Pr[bB]=
(4) Pr[Bb]=
Can someone please explain to me how to apply Bayes's theory to this problem?
anonymous
 one year ago
Construct a copy of figure 3.14 in your text, where the first outcome is one of A and B the second outcome in each case is one of a and b. Use the following probabilities instead of those given in your text: Pr[A]=13 Pr[B]=23 Pr[aA]=57 Pr[bA]=27 Pr[aB]=23 Pr[bB]=13 Find the following missing probabilities: (1) Pr[B]= (2) Pr[b]= (3) Pr[bB]= (4) Pr[Bb]= Can someone please explain to me how to apply Bayes's theory to this problem?

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