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Suppose that you are given a decision situation with three possible state of nature: s1, s2, and s3. The prior probabilities are P(s1) =.1, P(s2) = .6, and P(s3) = .3. With sample information I, P(I|s1) =.15, P(I|s2) = .2, and P(I|s3) = .1.

Compute P(s1|I)=
Compute P(s2|I)=
Compute P(s3|I)=

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