The random variable X has pdf given by f(x)=(1+x),-1<x≤0 and f(x)=(1-x),0<x<1 a)Find F(x) and sketch its graph? my solution: F(X)=(x^2/2)+x+1/2...

The random variable X has pdf given by f(x)=(1+x),-1<x≤0 and f(x)=(1-x),0<x<1 a)Find F(x) and sketch its graph? my solution: F(X)=(x^2/2)+x+1/2...

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Probability Distributions A probability distribution is a mapping of all the possible values of a random variable to their corresponding probabilities for a given sample space. The probability distribution is denoted as which can be written in short form as The probability distribution can also be referred to as a set of ordered pairs of outcomes and their probabilities... read more

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