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Palette Narmer
Geese of Medum
Mastaba
Pyramid of King Zoser
Great Pyramids of Giza
Funerary Statue of Khafre
Menkaure and his Wife
Rahotpe and Nofret
Seated Scribe
Cylinder Seals
Ziggurat at Ur
Votive Figures
Bull Lyre
Victory Stele of Naram-Sin
Stele of Hammurabi
Hatshepsut
Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
Akhenaten
Nefertiti
Amarna Relief
Amarna Bust
Gold Mask of Tutankhamun
Mortuary Temple of Rameses II
Reconstruction Drawing of the Citradel of Sargon II at Khorsabad
Winged Human-Headed Bulls
Ashurnasirpal Hunting Lions
Ishtar Gate
Great Audience Hall of Darius
Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute
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Patron"who" Location
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Old Kingdom
3000-2200 BC
3000-2200 BC
Old Kingdom
Old Kingdom
Old Kingdom
3000-2200 BC
midway 3000-2200 BC
3000-2200 BC
Egypt
Deir-el-Bahari, Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Abu-Simbel, Egypt
Khorsabad, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Persepolis, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Old Kingdom
Sumerian
Sumerian
Sumerian
Sumerian
Akkadian
Babylonian
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
Assyrian
Assyrian
Assyrian
Neo-Babylon
Persian Empre
Persian Empre
3000-2200 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
2300-2150 BC
1900-1600 BC
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1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
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1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
900-612 BC
900-612 BC
900-612 BC
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539-331 BC
539-331 BC
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On Crete
On Crete
On Crete
On Thera
On Thera
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
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Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Archaic
Archaic
Archaic
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Late Classical
Late Classical
Late Classical
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
600-480 BC
600-480 BC
600-480 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
404-323 BC
404-323 BC
404-323 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
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Egypt
Egypt
Imhotep
Zoser
Egypt
Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure
Egypt
Khafre
In pyramid at Giza
Egypt
Mesopotamia
Ur, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Ur, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Senmut
Hatshepsut
King Tutankhamun
Rameses
King Darius
Page Reference
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Minoan and Mycenaeans
Palace at Knossos
Dolphin Fresco
Toreador Fresco
Akrotiri
Flotilla Fresco
Mycenae
Lion Gate
Treasury of Atreus
Mask of Agamemnon
Greece
Metropolitan Kouros
Anavyssos Kouros
Peplos Kore
Acropolis
Parthenon
Parthenon Frieze
Erectheion
Warrior
Doryphoros
Hermes and Dionysos
Aphrodite of Knidos
Theater of Epidauros
Aphrodite de Melos (Venus de Milo)
Barberini Faun
Old Market Woman
Laocoon
Nike of Samothrace
Iktinos & Kallikrates
Phidias
Mnesikles
Polykleitos
Praxiteles
Praxiteles
Polykleitos the Younger
Hagesandros, Polydoros, & Athanadoros
Trojan priest/sons
The Etruscans
w. seaboard of Italy near Arno River
The Etruscans 700-509 BC
Veii
The Etruscans 700-509 BC
tomb of Tarquinia
The Etruscans 700-509 BC
The Etruscans 700-509 BC
Cerveteri
The Etruscans 700-509 BC
Rome
The Republic 509-44 BC
Pompeii
The Republic 509-44 BC
The Republic 509-44 BC
The Republic 509-44 BC
The Republic 509-44 BC
Augustus
Ara Pacis Augustae
Julio-Claudian 30BC-68
Augustus or Livia (wife) illa of prima porta
v
Julio-Claudian 30BC-68
Augustus
Julio-Claudian 30BC-68
Vespasian
downtown Rome
Flavian
69-96
Titus
entrace to Rome from Holy Land
Flavian
69-96
Titus
Flavian
69-96
Domitian
Flavian
69-96
Trajan
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Trajan
Bascilica Ulpia
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Hadrian
downtown Rome
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Marcus Aurelius
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Constantine
roman basilica
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Constantine
Philosopher Kings
96-180
Rome
Etruscan Temple
Apollo
Musicians and Dancers
Sarcophagus (coffin)
Burial Chamber
Temple Fortuna Virilis
House of Faun
Insula at Ostia
Patrician with the Busts of His Ancestors
Republican Bust
Ara Pacis Frieze
Augustus of Prima Porta
Theater of Marcellus
Colosseum
Arch of Titus
Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem
Young Flavian Woman
Basilica Ulpia
Column of Trajan
Pantheon
Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius
Head of Constantine
Arch of Constantine
Hadrian
79 cella (like a house)
79 5'10'' statue
80 tomb art
80 encased corpse in terra cotta
80
81
82 luxurious house - volcano
84 Roman apartments 5 stories
84 wax mask of deceased fam
84 wax mask of deceased fam
88 culture transfer from greek art
88 dolphin and cupid
89 slapstick comedy
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92
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93 add pizazz
94 Trajan's addition to Roman Forum
94 hellenistic
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Austria
France
Salisbury Plain - southern England
Paleolithic
Paleolithic
Neolithic
30,000 BC
15,000 BC
2000 BC
21 fertillity figure
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24 Post and Lintel
Egypt
Egypt
Old Kingdom
Old Kingdom
3000-2200 BC
3000-2200 BC
Old Kingdom
Old Kingdom
Old Kingdom
3000-2200 BC
midway 3000-2200 BC
3000-2200 BC
Egypt
Deir-el-Bahari, Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Egypt
Abu-Simbel, Egypt
Khorsabad, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Persepolis, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Old Kingdom
Sumerian
Sumerian
Sumerian
Sumerian
Akkadian
Babylonian
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
New Kingdom
Assyrian
Assyrian
Assyrian
Neo-Babylon
Persian Empre
Persian Empre
3000-2200 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
3800-2300 BC
2300-2150 BC
1900-1600 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
1500-1000 BC
900-612 BC
900-612 BC
900-612 BC
625-538 BC
539-331 BC
539-331 BC
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29
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31
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34
34
34
34
35
36
37
37
38
39
40
42
43
43
43
44
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44
46
46
47
47
48
48
On Crete
On Crete
On Crete
On Thera
On Thera
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Southern Greece
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Minoan
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
Mycenaean
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1750-1400 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
1600-1200 BC
52
52
53
53
54
56
56
58
58
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Greece
Archaic
Archaic
Archaic
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Classical
Late Classical
Late Classical
Late Classical
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
Hellenistic
600-480 BC
600-480 BC
600-480 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
480-404 BC
404-323 BC
404-323 BC
404-323 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
323-147 BC
62
63
63
68
68
70
72
72
72
74
75
75
77
77
77
77
77
w. seaboard of Italy near Arno River
Veii
tomb of Tarquinia
The Etruscans
The Etruscans
The Etruscans
The Etruscans
The Etruscans
The Republic
The Republic
The Republic
The Republic
The Republic
Julio-Claudian
Julio-Claudian
Julio-Claudian
Flavian
Flavian
Flavian
Flavian
Philosopher Kings
Philosopher Kings
Philosopher Kings
Philosopher Kings
Philosopher Kings
Philosopher Kings
700-509 BC
700-509 BC
700-509 BC
700-509 BC
700-509 BC
509-44 BC
509-44 BC
509-44 BC
509-44 BC
509-44 BC
30BC-68
30BC-68
30BC-68
69-96
69-96
69-96
69-96
96-180
96-180
96-180
96-180
96-180
96-180
79 cella (like a house)
79 5'10'' statue
80 tomb art
80 encased corpse in terra cotta
80
81
82 luxurious house - volcano
84 Roman apartments 5 stories
84 wax mask of deceased fam
84 wax mask of deceased fam
88 culture transfer from greek art
88 dolphin and cupid
89 slapstick comedy
91
92
92 Titus overspent
93 add pizazz
94 Trajan's addition to Roman Forum
94 hellenistic
96
97
98
98
Prehistory
Venus of Willendorf
Lascaux Cave Paintings
Stonehenge
Egypt and Mesopotamia
Palette of Narmer
Geese of Medum
Mastaba
Pyramid of King Zoser
Great Pyramids of Giza
Funerary Statue of Khafre
Menkaure and his Wife
Rahotpe and Nofret
Seated Scribe
Cylinder Seals
Ziggurat at Ur
Votive Figures
Bull Lyre
Victory Stele of Naram-Sin
Stele of Hammurabi
Hatshepsut
Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
Akhenaten
Nefertiti
Amarna Relief
Amarna Bust
Gold Mask of Tutankhamun
Mortuary Temple of Rameses II
Reconstruction Drawing of the Citradel of Sargon II at Khorsabad
Winged Human-Headed Bulls
Ashurnasirpal Hunting Lions
Ishtar Gate
Great Audience Hall of Darius
Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute
Imhotep
Zoser
Egypt
Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure Egypt
Khafre
In pyramid at Giza
Egypt
Mesopotamia
Ur, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Ur, Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Senmut
Hatshepsut
King Tutankhamun
Rameses
King Darius
Minoan and Mycenaeans
Palace at Knossos
Dolphin Fresco
Toreador Fresco
Akrotiri
Flotilla Fresco
Mycenae
Lion Gate
Treasury of Atreus
Mask of Agamemnon
Greece
Metropolitan Kouros
Anavyssos Kouros
Peplos Kore
Acropolis
Parthenon
Parthenon Frieze
Erectheion
Warrior
Doryphoros
Hermes and Dionysos
Aphrodite of Knidos
Theater of Epidauros
Aphrodite de Melos (Venus de Milo)
Barberini Faun
Old Market Woman
Laocoon
Nike of Samothrace
Iktinos & Kallikrates
Phidias
Mnesikles
Polykleitos
Praxiteles
Praxiteles
Polykleitos the Younger
Hagesandros, Polydoros, & Athanadoros Trojan priest/sons
Rome
Etruscan Temple
Apollo
Musicians and Dancers
Sarcophagus (coffin)
Burial Chamber
Temple Fortuna Virilis
House of Faun
Insula at Ostia
Patrician with the Busts of His Ancestors
Republican Bust
Ara Pacis Frieze
Augustus of Prima Porta
Theater of Marcellus
Colosseum
Arch of Titus
Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem
Young Flavian Woman
Basilica Ulpia
Column of Trajan
Pantheon
Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius
Head of Constantine
Arch of Constantine
The Etruscans
Cerveteri
Rome
Pompeii
Hadrian
Augustus
Augustus or Livia (wife)
Augustus
Vespasian
Titus
Titus
Domitian
Trajan
Trajan
Hadrian
Marcus Aurelius
Constantine
Constantine
Ara Pacis Augustae
villa of prima porta
downtown Rome
entrace to Rome from Holy Land
Bascilica Ulpia
downtown Rome
roman basilica
Romanesque
Sainte Foy
Last Judgment tympanum
Santiago de Compostela
San Miniato al Monte
Christ Between the Virgin and St. Minas
Abbey at Cluny
Sainte Madeleine
Mission of the Apostles tympanum
Abbey Church at Fontenay
Fontenay Madonna
Mont Saint Michel
FYI La Grande Rue @ Mont Saint Michel
Saint Etienne
Bayeux Tapestry
Durham Cathedral
Capella Palatino
Monreale Cathedral
FYI Monreale Cathedral
Sacrifice of Isaac
Christ Pantocrator
Christ Blessing King William
Conques, France
northwest Spain
Florence, Italy
France
Vezelay, France
near Clairvaux, France
Normandy region France
Normandy region France
Caen, France
Bayeux, France
Durham, England
Palermo, Sicily
near Palermo, Sicily
inside Monreale Cathedral
inside Monreale Cathedral
inside Monreale Cathedral
Romanesque- Pilgrimage Churches 1000-1200
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1000-1200
1000-1200
1000-1200
1000-1200
1000-1200
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1000-1200
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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Exam 3 solutionsPart 11. Bias of an estimator ^ is the dierence between the expectation of ^ and the true characteristic. i.e. Bias(^) = E (^).2. The variance of an estimator ^ measures the variation of the estimato

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 1Dierentiation:1. Compute the derivatives y 0 .(a) y = 3x7 + 5x(b) y = x28x + 4(c) y = (3x7 + 5x)(x2(d) y =8x + 4)3x7 +5xx2 8x+4(e) y = (3x7 + 5x)10(f) y =xx2 8x+4x2 8x+4p(g) y = e(h) y = ln(x2

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 21. A roulette wheel has 38 numbers: 0; 00; 1; 2; 3; :; 36: In addition, 0 and 00 are green, andfrom 1 to 36, half are black and half are red (alternating between the two colors). Supposewe spin the wheel once

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 31. Two students A and B are both registered for a certain course. Assume that student Aattends class 90% of the time, student B attends class 50% of the time, and the absences ofthe two students are independe

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 41. The inhabitants of an island tell the truth one third of the time, and lie with probability2/3. On an occasion, after one of them made a statement, another islander stepped forwardand declared the statemen

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 51. Suppose the probability density function (pdf) of the joint distribution of X and Y is givenby:C (2x + 3y ) ;0 x; y 1f (x; y ) =0;otherwise:(a) Find the value of C:(b) Find the marginal distributions

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 61. Recall that the probability function obtained in handout 4, question 4 is8> 0:4 if x = 2>>> 0:1 if x = 0<0:3 if x = 1 :f (x) =>> 0:2 if x = 4>>:0 otherwiseFind(a) E (X );(b) V ar(X ):2. Rec

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 71. Suppose that the joint pdf of X and Y is given by:f (x; y ) =(a)(b)(c)(d)FindFindFindFind8xy00 < y < x < 1;otherwise:the marginal density of X:the conditional density of Y jX:E (Y jX ):V ar(

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 81. An ice-cream vendor is interested in the time T at which a customer comes and buys a cupof ice-cream on a day. Figure 1 shows the pdf f (t) of T . It is known that the probability ofa customer buying a cup

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 91. Suppose that on a certain examination in advanced mathematics, students from college Aachieve scores which are normally distributed with a mean of 625 and a variance of 100, andstudents from college B achi

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 101. The distribution of the weights X of the US population has unknown mean and variance 2(i.e. E (X ) = and V ar(X ) = 2 :) Our goal is to estimate the unknown population mean andthe variance. To do this, we

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 111. An advertisement about the Super Weight Loss Program oered by the Streamline BeautySalon appears in the newspaper as follows:Streamline Beauty SalonSuper Weight Loss ProgramPromise to Lose Weight in a M

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TA: Simon KwokEcon 319, Fall 2008Handout 121. I suspect that male graduate students dominated female graduate students in Cornell in Fall2007. To investigate whether my claim is true, I carry out hypothesis testing at the 5% signicance level by collec

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Problem Set 1 - Due Monday 09/09/08Econ 319 - Introduction to Probability and StatisticsCornell UniversityFall 2008Prof. Molinari1. Prove the following relations among the events E; F; G:(a) E \ FE[F(b) EF implies E \ F = E(c) EF and FG implie

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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22

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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22

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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22

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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW #1 Solution1. Denote event in (a), (b), (c) and (d) as event E.(a) P (E ) = P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) P (A B )(b) P (E ) = P (A B ) P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) 2P (A B )(c) P (E ) = P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) P (A B )(d) P (E ) =

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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW#2 Solution1. #2.26(a) If the person violates all 7 rules, then he or she has to pick 5 rules5out of 7 to follow, which is C7 = 21(b) If the person has already followed 2 health rules, then he or she hasto pick 3 more rules out

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Econ 3190Fall 2011Solution to HW31. (a) P (B \ A) = P (B jA) P (A) = 0:75 0:3 = 0:225P (A \ B \ C ) = P (C jA \ B ) P (A \ B ) = 0:2 0:225 = 0:045(b) P (B ) = P (B \ A) + P (B \ A0 ) = P (B jA) P (A) + P (B jA0 ) P (A0 ) =0:75 0:3 + 0:2 0:7 = 0:365

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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW #4 Solution1. #3.1X): discrete; Y): continuous; M): continuous; N): discrete; P): discrete;Q): continuous2. #3.5To be a valid probability mass function (pmf) for a discrete random variable(drv), f (x) has to satisfy the followi