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Continuous Distribution

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1. Continuous Uniform Distribution f(x) 1/(b-a) abx Mean : MIDPOINT Variance : square length I(a,b) A continuous rV X with pdf Is a continuous uniform rV or X~UNIF(a,b)

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example Let X Continuous rV denote the current measured in a thin cooper wire in mA. Assume that the range of X is [0,20mA] and assume that the pdf of X is What is the probability that a measurement of current is between 5 and 10 mA?

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2. Gamma Distr

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PDF GAMMA FUNCTION

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3. Normal Distribution (Gaussian) The most used model for the distribution of a rV ? why? Whenever a random experiment is replicated, the rV that equal the average (total) result over the replicates tends to have a normal distribution as the number of replicates become large De Moivre The CLT

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Normal curve shape μ σ

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A Rv X with pdf :

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Standar Normal PDF

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properties (z) has unique maximum at z=0 Inflection points at z=1

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Normal Approximation to the Binomial Distribution

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Normal approximation to the Poisson Distribution

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4. Exponential Distribution Let the rV N denote the number of flaws in x mm of wire. If the mean number of flaws is per-mm, N has a Poisson distribution with mean x. Now

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Other distribution Possibility new thema about other distribution excluded in MATHSTAT : Erlang distribution Log normal Chi Kuadrat Gumbell Tweedie Rayleight Beta Pearson Cauchy Benford

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