Identifying-unconditional-and-conditional-probabilities

I have a writeup here that gives some examples of how to recognize whether a statement is conditional or unconditional probability, and how to write it in notation.

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Then do the following problems to hand in

Practicing identification and notation for unconditional and conditional probabilities (1)-1.docx在新窗口中查看

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This exercise is important not just for helping with midterm 2 (and the final), but also for when you need to set up and use Bayes’ Rule in decision analysis in BUS 190. If you can’t tell the difference between P(A|B) and P(B|A) in a word problem, you will likely get those problems wrong. It is also important in real life to recognize ‘conditioning’ statements. You might find them in Marketing Research reports, for example. You will certainly see them in polls, although not necessarily stated directly as a probability.

 
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