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    Conditional Probabilities

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    Proof or Counterexample:

    If C is a disjoint union of events C1, C2, C3,... with P(Ci)>0 and with P(A|C1)=P(A|C2)=P(A|C3)=...

    Then P(A|C)=P(A|C1).

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