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I'm stuck at the following problem on Baysesian conditionalization:

Prove that conditionalizing once on (A or B) is equal to conditionalizing first on A and then on B. As a hint, I was asked to define H(x) = P(X given A).

Any help would be appreciated.

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# Bayesian Conditionalization

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