2545: "Bayes' Theorem"

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2545: "Bayes' Theorem"

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Title text: P((B|A)|(A|B)) represents the probability that you'll mix up the order of the terms when using Bayesian notation.

It's like when you're asked a true or false question, and only one of the options would be interesting or out of the ordinary, so you know the answer will be that one because otherwise they wouldn't have bothered asking the question.
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chridd wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 7:09 pm *doesn't drink the interrobangs*
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