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anonymous

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we are looking at exponential distribution in probability. I am told that T is memoryless in this situation (T is time) ... In the probability P(T>s+t)=P(T>s)... does anyone know what the s represents.

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  1. anonymous
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    it's conditional probability in which it is memoryless

  2. anonymous
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    P(T>s+t|T>t)=P(T>s) s and t can be any #'s

  3. anonymous
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    the s has unit time aswell

  4. anonymous
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    yeah, if the random variable T is time units then yeah a different time

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    Thank you.

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