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In this exercise you will complete the normalization

In this exercise, you will complete the normalization calculation for the meningitis example. First, make up a suitable value for P(S —M), and use it to calculate un-normalized values for P (M│S) and P (—’M│S) (i.e., ignoring the P (S) term in the Bayes’ rule expression). Now normalize these values so that they add to 1.

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