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### Chapter_03_random_variables

Course: ECON 830, Spring 2012
School: Michigan State University
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of Definition a Random Variable Random Variable [m-w.org] : a variable that is itself a function of the result of a statistical experiment in which each outcome has a definite probability of occurrence Copyright Syed Ali Khayam 2009 3 Definition of a Random Variable A random variable is a mapping from an outcome s of a random experiment to a real number X : S SX domain range SX is called the image of X...

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