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Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Tuesday, 11/9/2010, at 1:59 PM

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Wednesday, 11/3/2010, at 4:22 PM

For 1.d. I did the complement of what I asked, so the answer is 1-.25=.75, and the shaded area is opposite what it should be.

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Monday, 11/1/2010, at 2:22 PM

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Monday, 10/25/2010, at 1:05 PM

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Friday, 10/22/2010, at 11:30 AM

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Friday, 10/15/2010, at 2:09 PM

More discussion on mgfs, and outline of a proof that mgfs are unique in the discrete case. Billingsley text. Notation is different from ours.

Submitted by Amy S. Wagaman on Friday, 10/15/2010, at 2:08 PM

Discussion of what it means for continuous distributions to have no probability at a point. See note on this page. DeGroot and Schervish text.

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