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it has a proof of this theorem
Hello,
Law of total probability :
For a partition of , the probability space, for any event B (and for higher levels, considering the measured space , for any ...), we have :
and the proof.... :
So
But the last union is a disjoint union : (very easy to prove)
Thus the probability of the union is just the sum of the probabilities :
Then just use the formula