Theoretical Distribution

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Theoretical Distribution

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In a discrete random variableÂ x">xxÂ follows uniform distribution and assumes only the valuesÂ 8,9,11,15,18,20">8,9,11,15,18,208,9,11,15,18,20. ThenÂ P(|x-14|<5)">P(|xâˆ’14|<5)P(|x-14|<5)Â is

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In a discrete random variableÂ x">Â x">xxÂ follows uniform distribution and assumes only the

valuesÂ 8,9,11,15,18,20">8,9,11,15,18,208,9,11,15,18,20. ThenÂ P(x15)">P(xâ‰¤15)P(xâ‰¤15)Â is

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The probability distribution whose frequency distributionÂ f(x)=1/n(x=x1,x2,x3,...">f(x)=1/n(x=x1,x2,x3,...">f(x)=1/nx=x1,x2,x3,...f(x)=1/n(x=x1,x2,x3,....

xn)">xnxn)Â is known as

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A variateÂ x">

x">xxÂ follows Poisson Distribution with variance 5. FindÂ P(x1)">P(xâ‰¥1)P(xâ‰¥1). (Given:

e-5=0.00674">eâˆ’5=0.00674e-5=0.00674)

x">

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Area under normal curve betweenÂ -α">Â -α">âˆ’Î±-Î±Â andÂ μ">Î¼Î¼Â is

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x~B(5,0.4),y~B(7,0.4)">x~B(5,0.4),y~B(7,0.4)x~B(5,0.4),y~B(7,0.4)Â thenÂ x+y~">x+y~x+y~

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f(x)=ncr">f(x)=ncrf(x)=ncr.Â qn-x.px">qnâˆ’x.pxqn-x.pxÂ is called

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