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How to Calculate Conditional Probability

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Tutorial on how to calculate conditional probability for two events P(A), P(B), P(B|A) with two examples. www.facebook.com

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  2. This was amazing!!! I was trying to figure out (the sum is at least 10, given that the sum is at least 9). I figured it out after watching this video!! Thx!

  3. Thank you so much for your positive feedback! Much appreciated.

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  6. wow this was so simply explained, I wonder why we understand youtube tutors better than our professors. Kudos.

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  8. Thanks so much it really was very helpful.
    You are one of the people who makes Youtube best website ever
    thnx again

  9. You are very welcome.

  10. Thanks for the help :)

  11. spent whole night tryna learn conditional probability this video taught it the best

  12. Will do. I’m studying to become a math teacher and find these videos to be of tremendous help ;)

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  14. Please continue to post these very clear and concise explanations. These videos are by far some of the most clearest explanations of statistics. Probability of finding a video as this: one in a million.

  15. Great videos, they’ve helped me a lot. I’m very impressed by the illustrations and was thus wondering if you could share what program(s) you’ve used to make these videos?

  16. Yes, you can use a decision tree to help understand conditional probabilities.

  17. Is there a relationship between decision trees and conditional probabilities?

  18. Can you come up with Interpolations & Extrapolations?
    Linear, Cubic, Splines?

  19. Great, I’ve a Stats exam in a few weeks and you’re making my life a lot easier with these videos!

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  21. Great suggestion and it is my plan to have a series of videos on Bayes Theorem. I hope to have one done within the next week or so.

  22. That was great and couldn’t have come at a better time! Thanks!
    Could you do something like this for Bayes Theorem please?

  23. Many thanks for your feedback, much appreciated.

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