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January 10th, 2019, 02:07 PM   #11
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Let Line 1 be the first line after you defined A and B. To get to Line 2, you switched the sides and divided both sides by P[A].
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Let Line 1 be the first line after you defined A and B. To get to Line 2, you switched the sides and divided both sides by P[A].
ahh, I'd like to say I came up with that but it's one of the very first formulas you encounter when looking at conditional probability.
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