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V. with parameter A (>0) if its pmf is given by The corresponding cdf of X is Figure 2-6 illustrates the Poisson distribution for A = 3. CHAP. 21 RANDOM VARIABLES Fig. 2-6 Poisson distribution with A = 3. v. X are (Prob. 29) px = E(X) = A. v. v. with parameters (n, p ) when n is large and p is small enough so that np is of a moderate size (Prob. 40). 's include 1. The number of telephone calls arriving at a switching center during various intervals of time 2. The number of misprints on a page of a book 3.
After the first one selected is defective, there are 99 chips left in the lot with 19 chips that are defective. Thus, the probability that the second one selected is defective given that the first one was defective is (c) By Eq. 43. A number is selected at random from (1, 2, . , 100). Given that the number selected is divisible by 2, find the probability that it is divisible by 3 or 5. 29)1 . 44. , A,beeventsinasamplespaceS. Show that P(A1 n A , n . n A,) = P(A,)P(A, 1 A,)P(A, I A, . P(A, ( A , n A,) n A, n .
V. only if its range contains a finite or countably infinite number of points. v. v. B. v. X occur at the points x,, x,, sequence may be either finite or countably infinite, and we assume xi < x j if i < j. Then FX(xi)- FX(xi-,) Let = . v. X. v. 5 CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES AND PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTIONS A. v. If FX(x)is continuous and. also has a derivative dFx(x)/dx which exists everywhere except at possibly a finite number of points and is piecewise continuous, then X is called a continuous random variable.