|What Conditional Probability Could Not Be|
|Source: Synthese, Volume 137, Number 3, December 2003, pp. 273-323(51)|
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(RATIO): P(A | B) = P(A & B) / P(B) …. P(B) > 0Call this the ratio analysis of conditional probability. It has become so entrenched that it is often referred to as the definition of conditional probability.
Each sort of trouble spot can create serious problems for the ratio analysis.
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