Sandip Asked a Question
May 25, 2021 10:04 pmpts 30 pts
Why are we taking limits when we can simply do addition,P(X<3)=P(X=0)+P(X=1)+P(X=2)??
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  • Kàjal
    Addition method is not applicable here because it is continuous variable
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  • Kàjal thankyou
    see this
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  • Kàjal
    okay wait I am sending
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    Sandip
    please send mam
  • Sandip
    please show me how to do the same problem using addition method
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  • Kàjal
    Also it is continuos random variable P(X<3) means F(3)
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  • Kàjal
    Yes ,you can simply do ,no need to take limit . It is just an another approach which leads to same result.
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    Sandip
    I did that way also but the answer is coming different.can you please solve and show me
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