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Course: ENEE 324, Fall 2008
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<a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s Week 7 Summary W6(7) thru W7(6) PDF Probability Density Function for <a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s P(a = x = b) = a fx( x) dx b fx( x ) dx = P(x ) = 1 Notes: P(a = x = b) = P(a &lt; x = b) = P(a &lt; x &lt; b) CDF Cumulative Distribution Function for <a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s Fx(x) = P(x=x) = fx(t )dt P(a = x = b) = Fx(b) Fx(a) Px(x&gt;x) = 1- Fx(x) x Fx (t ) = Slope of Fx(x) at point t t Unit Step and Delta Function Properties x u (t ) (t ) = and u(x) = (t) dt dt Discrete and <a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s Linked CDF(Discrete Random Variable) = Fx(x) = Px ( x k ) u( x x k ) fx(t) = k dF ( x ) = fx(x) = Px ( x k ) ( x x k ) dx k Note: This looks similar to PMF, but PMF has no delta function Expectation of <a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s E(x) = xf x ( x )dx ( x) dx E(g(x)) = g ( x) f x Variance of <a href="/keyword/continuous-random-variable/" >continuous random variable</a> s Var(x) = E(x2 ) [E(x)]2 Important <a href="/keywo...

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