1.Prepare a report (see below) with your ranking of the judges based on the probabilities and conditional probabilities as well as the analysis of each court. Include the following seven (7) items in table format to support your ranking. Be sure to use five (5) decimal places for your probabilities in the table as some of them will be quite small.
2.The probability of cases being appealed in each of the three different courts.
3.The probability of cases being reversed in each of the three different courts.
4.The probability of cases being reversed given an appeal in each of the three different courts.
5.The probability of a case being appealed for each judge.
6.The probability of a case being reversed for each judge.
7.The probability of reversal given an appeal for each judge.
8.Rank the judges within each court for each of the probabilities in 4 - 6. Then find the sum of the ranks and get an overall ranking for each judge.