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Basic Probability
Discrete Distributions
Continuous Distributions
Multivariate Distributions
Sampling Theorems
Probability Questions: Hard

Continuous Random Variables

A continuous random variable is a function X:ΩRX:\Omega\rightarrow\mathbb{R}. Like discrete random variables, XX measures some quantity associated with an event EE in the sample space Ω\Omega. This quantity might be the height of a random student, the position of a quantum particle, or the stock price of a company. Like discrete random variables, all the analogies between standard arithmetic and

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