a. If P(A|C) is greater than P(B|C) and P(A|!C) is greater than P(B|!C), is it true that P(A) is greater than P(B)?
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a. If P(A|C) is greater than P(B|C) and P(A|!C) is greater than P(B|!C), is it true that P(A) is greater than

P(B)? If true, please prove it. If not, find a counterexample.

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