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Total points 20/20
This module is worth 20 points. Your last submission will be used for the Enal score. You may attempt this module 5 times without penalty. After 5 attempts, each additional attempt will result in a penalty of 5% (e.g., On your 7th attempt, you obtain a score of 18 points. Then, your Enal score for this module will be 18 – (2*1) = 16 points.)
If you encounter any problems with the assignment, please email zheweisun@cs.toronto.edu with [CSC384 A4] in the subject. Be sure to include the module number and version.
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M1P1 – Probability Theory
Section score 9/9

What is Bayes’ Rule?
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Pr(BA) = Pr(AB)Pr(A) / Pr(B)
Pr(BA) = Pr(A,B)Pr(A) / Pr(B)
Pr(BA) = Pr(B)Pr(A)
Pr(BA) = Pr(AB)Pr(B) / Pr(A)

[True/False] Pr(A U B) = Pr(A) + Pr(B) – Pr(A ∩ B)
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True
False

[True/False] If A and B are independent, Pr(BA) = Pr(B)
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True
False

[True/False] If A and B are independent, Pr(B, A) = Pr(B)
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True
False
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[True/False] If A and B are independent, Pr(B, A) = Pr(BA)
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True
False

[True/False] Pr(A) ∈ [0,1]
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True
False

[True/False] Pr(A)*P(B) ∈ [0,1]
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True
False
M1P2 – Dice Rolls
Hermione has four dice in her beaded handbag: one tetrahedron (4 sides), one hexahedron (i.e., cube, 6sides), and two octahedra (8 sides). Hermione secretly grabs one of the four dice at random. Let S be the number of sides on the chosen die. Now, she rolls the chosen die without showing it to you. Let R be the result of the roll.
Section score 11/11
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What is P(S=6)?
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Your answer should be between 0 and 1, rounded to 3 digits after the decimal (e.g. 0.120).

What is P(R=4)?
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Your answer should be between 0 and 1, rounded to 3 digits after the decimal (e.g. 0.120).

What is P(S=8  R=3)?
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Your answer should be between 0 and 1, rounded to 3 digits after the decimal (e.g. 0.120).

What is P(S=6  R=5)?
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Your answer should be between 0 and 1, rounded to 3 digits after the decimal (e.g. 0.120).

Which die is most likely if R = 5?
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S = 4
S = 6
S = 8
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Now, Hermione rolls a tetrahedron and a hexahedron at the same time. Let A = ‘sum of two dice equals 5’

How many atomic or possible events are there in the joint
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probability distribution of the rolled dice?

What is P(A)?
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