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X is the random variable input, and is uniform on [−20, 20]. This is input to an“amplitude limiter”, whose output, a new random variable Y , relates to the input X as follows:
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f_x(x) x= 1/40 -20
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lol I just started the course this past week. I seriously dont know anything abt this
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F(y)=P(Y<=y)= P(x<-5) y<-5 F_x(y)-F_x(0) -5 5
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Is this site really hopeless?
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I can refer you to some basic stats principles at stattrek.com
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This looks like the kind that might involve some calculus, though. It is uniform, so might allow for simplification.
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