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For a **discrete random variable**, the shorthand notation for a probability function is **[...]**

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p(x) = P(X = x).

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#reading-10-common-probability-distributions

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For a **discrete random variable**, the shorthand notation for a probability function is **[...]**

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#reading-10-common-probability-distributions

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For a **discrete random variable**, the shorthand notation for a probability function is **[...]**

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p(x) = P(X = x).

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**Subject 2. Probability Function**

ay, is 0 if X is continuous. In a continuous case, only a range of values can be considered (that is, 0 < X < 10), whereas in a discrete case, individual values have positive probabilities associated with them. <span>For a discrete random variable, the shorthand notation is p(x) = P(X = x). For continuous random variables, the probability function is denoted f(x) and called probability density function (pdf), or just the density. This function is effectively the continuous

ay, is 0 if X is continuous. In a continuous case, only a range of values can be considered (that is, 0 < X < 10), whereas in a discrete case, individual values have positive probabilities associated with them. <span>For a discrete random variable, the shorthand notation is p(x) = P(X = x). For continuous random variables, the probability function is denoted f(x) and called probability density function (pdf), or just the density. This function is effectively the continuous

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