Maths AAHL 4.13.1 Bayes’ theorem
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Bayes’ theorem – IB Maths AA – HL
Power point presentation, 16 slides explaining how to use Bayes’ theorem to solve problems on probability for a maximum of three events, in a way that can be understood by the students, using examples to make it more clear. Based on the IB Maths, Analysis and approaches, Higher level syllabus.
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