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A **probability function** is one way to view a probability distribution. It specifies the probability that the random variable takes on a specific value; P(X = x) is the probability that a random variable X takes on the value x.

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**Subject 2. Probability Function**

Every random variable is associated with a probability distribution that describes the variable completely. A probability function is one way to view a probability distribution. It specifies the probability that the random variable takes on a specific value; P(X = x) is the probability that a random variable X takes on the value x. A probability function has two key properties: 0 ≤ P(X=x) ≤ 1, because probability is a number between 0 and 1. ΣP(X=x) = 1. The sum of the pro

Every random variable is associated with a probability distribution that describes the variable completely. A probability function is one way to view a probability distribution. It specifies the probability that the random variable takes on a specific value; P(X = x) is the probability that a random variable X takes on the value x. A probability function has two key properties: 0 ≤ P(X=x) ≤ 1, because probability is a number between 0 and 1. ΣP(X=x) = 1. The sum of the pro

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