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Active Learning Approaches for Conceptual Understanding?

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How confident are you?

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They are the likelihoods of the observed rolls 1/6 is the likelihood of any roll outcome under the F state. 1/2 is the likelihood of rolling a six under the L state. 1/10 is the likelihood of any other outcome (i.e. anything but a six) under the L state. Note that the question explicitly asked you to calculate the joint probability of both the observed rolls and the hidden states (not JUST the hidden states).

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I didn't include the likelihoods of the observed rolls e.g. p(X=6|F) = 1/6

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Where did the 6,2, and 10 come from in the beginning of each probability