I try to understand the following equation but I can not.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have basic knowledge about Bayes rule and joint probability.

How can we produce this result? I would appreciate any help.

p(R|q,x)/p(NR|q,x)=[p(R|q) / p(NR|q) ] * [p(x|R,q) / p(x|NR,q)]

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# Bayes rule and joint probability

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