Calculate quantities from information in bayesian network, Computer Engineering

1. A Bayesian network is shown for the variables paper Thickness, paper Alignment and Print Quality. The conditional probabilities are provided in the tables beside the nodes. Here, Thickness = {high or low}, Alignment = {straight or angled}, and Print Quality = {good or bad}.

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Calculate the following quantities from the information in the Bayesian network.

a) P(Alignment = straight)

b) P(Alignment = straight | Print Quality = good)

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