After grading the final exam the instructor decides to pass twoout of the three students in CS 171. One of the students asks theinstructor to tell him the identity of a student other than himselfwho will pass. The instructor refuses with the following rationale:at your present state of knowledge, your probability of passing thecourse is 2/3, but after you know my answer, your probability ofpassing the course will become 1/2, since there will be twostudents (including yourself) whose fate is unknown and exactly oneof the two will be pass. Is the instructor’s reasoning correct?Justify your answer. ?
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