Unformatted text preview: For what values of π 1 , π 2 and π 3 are the three posterior probabilities in part (i) equal? (iii) (5 pts.) Suppose the circuit lasts longer than 10,000 hours. Again, determine in terms of π i ’s the posterior probabilities that it was manufactured by each of the three facilities. (iv) (5 pts.) Suppose the circuit lasts longer than 20,000 hours. Determine in terms of π i ’s the posterior probability that it was not manufactured by Facility 1. (v) (3 pts.) If the posterior probability in part (iv) equals 0.1, what is the relationship between π 1 and π 2 ? What range of values of π 1 is consistent with that value (of 0.1)?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2010 for the course ENEE 324 taught by Professor Ephrimedes during the Fall '05 term at Maryland.
- Fall '05