CondProb5.5 - P(A | B) = Probability that a Bush voter...

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Conditional Probability Diagram for Example 5.5 Shaded = Moral Issues Most Important (20%) Red = Voted for Bush (51%)
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Box = S = Sample Space = All 2004 presidential election voters A = Moral Issues Most Important (20%, shaded) B = Voted for Bush (51%, red) P(A and B) = Moral Issues Most Important and Voted for Bush (16%) (This is the percentage of the whole that is red AND shaded)
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Unformatted text preview: P(A | B) = Probability that a Bush voter voted on moral issues (31%) (This is the percent of the red part that is shaded) P(B | A) = Probability that a person who voted on moral issues voted for Bush (80%) (This is the percent of the shaded part that is red)...
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