special session where both Charles and Witi are instructing. However, Michelle believes
there is probability p that Charles has the H1N1 virus and probability p that Witi has the
H1N1 virus. Michelle also believes that the probability that Charles has H1N1 is irrelevant
to the probability that Witi has H1N1. There will be no other TA’s at office hours.
Michelle considers any prospect where she contracts H1N1 as the worst prospect. She
considers any prospect where she attends office hours and does not contract H1N1 as the
best prospect. She also has a preference probability of 0.95 for choosing not to attend office
hours. Michelle has the following conditional distribution for contracting H1N1:
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