A What is the interpretation of conditional probability in terms
a. What is the interpretation of conditional probability in terms of new information?
b. Is the conditional probability of A given B always the same number as the conditional probability of B given A?
c. How can you find the conditional probability from the probabilities of two events and the probability of their intersection?
d. What are the conditional probabilities for two independent events?
e. Is the conditional probability of A given B a probability about A or a probability about B?
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