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Post by sepehr zarrin on October 18, 2013

You should've used more examples.....

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Post by Manoj Joseph on May 1, 2013

do i need to learn basic of alograthim to understand the transformation formula?

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Post by Manoj Joseph on May 1, 2013

its bit more complex.On top of that the video is taking time in buffering and I am suffering

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Post by Kambiz Khosrowshahi on March 27, 2013

My apologies about previous comment (frustrated). You actually explained everything quite well, I still wish you had more examples...

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Post by Jeff Keith on January 22, 2013

You should have more examples these are hard to understand.

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Post by Tomer Eiges on March 27, 2012

At 9:24 you spelled wear as "where"

Bayes' Rule

  • An event can be partitioned into the union of many smaller mutually exclusive events.

  • The law of total probability can be used to find the probability of an event A based on its partitions.

  • Bayes’ rule can be used if one knows P(A|B) and wants to find P(B|A).

Bayes' Rule

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Partition of Events 0:07
    • Venn Diagram
  • Law of Total Probability 3:12
  • Bayes' Rule 6:11
  • Example 9:09
  • Extra Example 1