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I have a conjunction of n non-independant hypothesis:

h1 and h2 and .... and hn.

I want to calculate the probability of such conjunction. To do so, I used the product rule p(h1 and h2) =p(h1).p(h2|h1)

p(h1 and h2 and .... and hn) = p(h1).p(h2|h1).p(h3|h1 and h2 )....

Do you think that this is correct?

Aldebaran

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# Probability of n hypothesis

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