Let Y be a continuous random variable having a gamma probability
distribution with expected value 3/2 and variance 3/4. If you run
an experiment that generates one-hundred values of Y , how many of
these values would you expect to find in the interval [1,
5/2]?
I want to tell you one thing is that I write codes in R software and give command corresponding to what it exactly does.
Another one size of sample from [1,5/2] is changes but not greater than 30 I check it well. And from my simulations I get 26 samples from interval [1,5/2].
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Let Y be a continuous random variable having a gamma probability distribution with expected value 3/2...
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