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Given a Bayesian network, say a -> b -> c, all binary random variables (I won't show the CPTs, assume they are given). You are told b and c are true. How do you calculate the P(a=True)?

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Since you have been given $p(a)$ and $p(b|a)$, you use Bayes' rule to compute $p(a | b)$.

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