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Bayesian MAS3301 Statistics Problems 3 and Solutions Semester 2 2008-9 Problems 3 1. In a small survey, a random sample of 50 people from a large population is selected. Each person is asked a question to which the answer is either Yes or No. Let the proportion in the population who would answer Yes be . Our prior distribution for is a beta(1.5, 1.5) distribution. In the survey, 37 people answer Yes. (a) Find...

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