TEXT : - We have an event called X with two possible outcomes that are outcome A and outcome B . the probability for the outcome to be A is noted as p , where p is a real number in the range [0.0 ; 1.0]. we also note p' a real number representing the probability that p is in range [0.9 ; 1.0] . - additional information "#" : the event X happened a billion times among which the outcome is always A. QUESTIONS: 1)- without noting the additional information "#" , can a value be assigned to p' ? (the student has to indicate the value and prove the existence of the value , if a value cannot be assigned the student has to prove the non-existence of the value) 2)- a)- if we note the additional information "#", does that change the previous value in anyway ? b)- can we assign a new value to p' ?