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### Lecture4

Course: STAT 3600, Fall 2008
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4 STAT3600 Lecture Conditional Probability, Bayes' Theorem, Independence Conditional Probability Partial information about or relevant to the outcome of an experiment may become available. We refer to the probability of occurrence of event A, P(A), as the unconditional probability of A. We will determine how the occurrence of an event B affects the probability of the occurrence of event A. Example 2.24 (page...

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