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# Extensions of Bayes' Theorem In Example 1, we used only

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Problem 12E

Problem 12E

Extensions of Bayes' Theorem In Example 1, we used only the initial events of A and A. In Example 2, we used initial events of A, B, and C. If events B and C in Example 2 are combined and denoted as A, we can find P{A \ D) using the simpler format of Bayes’ theorem given in Example 2. How would the resulting value of P{A | D) in Example 2 be affected by using this simplified approach?

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