# Conditional Probability Value

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A conditional probability value is a probability value of an event, *A*, and of one or more guaranteed events.

Aposteriori Probability, Aposteriori Probability Value, Posterior Probability Value.__AKA:____Context:__- It can be the output of a Conditional Probability Function.
- It can be a member of a Conditional Probability Distribution, such as in a Joint Probability Table.

__Example(s):__^{1}/_{2}is the conditional probability that a Two-Dice Experiment will result in two even numbers if you know that one of the dice is guaranteed to be even.

__Counter-Example(s):__Apriori Probability Value/Prior Probability Value; Posterior Probability Distribution; Bayesian Methods.__See:__

## References

### 2011

- (Webb, 2011j) ⇒ Geoffrey I. Webb. (2011). "Posterior Probability." In: (Sammut & Webb, 2011) p.780