In many situations we find events that depend on other events, and we are interested in calculating probabilities taking into consideration such relations.

On the other hand, many problems can be studied by classifying the elements in our sample space. It is easier to work with classifications that do not have elements in common -- i.e., that do not overlap. Using this context, please answer the following question:

- Why is Bayes' rule important?

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