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Suppose that k events B1,...., Bk form a partition of the

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Suppose that k events B1,...., Bk form a partition of the sample space S. For i=1,...,k, let Pr(Bi) denote the prior probability of Bi. Also for each event A such that Pr(A) > 0, let (Bi|A) denote the posterior probability of Bi given that the event A has occured. Prove that if Pr(B1|A)Pr(Bi) for at least one value of i(i=2,...,k).

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Author: Morris H. DeGroot, Mark J. Schervish
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