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6.Bayesian Approach |

7.Example 1: Suppose that a fair-looking coin is tossed n times and gives x heads. |

6.Bayesian Approach |

7.Example 1: Suppose that a fair-looking coin is tossed n times and gives x heads. |

8.Example 2: Broken windows |

9.Example 1: Suppose that a fair-looking coin is tossed n times and gives x heads. |

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9.Example 1: Suppose that a fair-looking coin is tossed n times and gives x heads. |

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