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**Bayes’ Theorem Part-2 – Intuitive understanding**

The man was sitting **together with his** back to **a wonderfully** flat and perfectly square table. Then he asked his assistant to throw the ball on the table. Obviously, this ball could have landed and ended up but **during a** more analytical way.

So, he asked his assistant to throw another ball on the table and tell if it landed on the left or on **the proper** , or on the front or at **the rear** of **the primary** ball. He wrote that down, **then** he asked the assistant to throw more and more balls on the table.

He knows that with this method he could update his initial idea of where **the primary** ball was landed. But **in fact** , he could never be completely sure, but with each new proof, he **would chop** down the uncertainty and become more and more accurate.

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