Kristin B.

asked • 12/07/14

Stats Probability Question. Find P(A|X), P(B|X), and P(C|X).

Suppose we have three mutually exclusive events A, B, and C such that P(A) = .4, P(B) = .4, and P(C) = .2.

Also, for some event X, P(X|A) = .75, P(X|B) = .5, and P(X|C) = .5.

Find P(A|X), P(B|X), and P(C|X).

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Byron S. answered • 12/07/14

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