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Unformatted text preview: P ( M > m + n  M > m ) = (1p ) m + n +1 (1p ) m +1 = (1p ) n 6 = (1p ) n +1 = P ( M > n ) . 3.2.19 (a) Î» ( t ) = lim h â†’ 1 h Â· P ( t < T < t + h ) P ( T > t ) = lim h â†’ R t + h t f ( x ) dx h Â· 1 1F ( t ) = f ( t ) 1F ( t ) . To get the last result, we were using the following theorem in Calculus: Theorem If f(t) is continuous at t, then lim h â†’ R t + h t f ( x ) dx h = f ( t ) . (b) Using the ï¬nal result in (a) we can get Î» ( t ) = Î»eÎ»t /eÎ»t = Î» (c) Î» ( t ) = 2 tet 2 et 2 = 2 t...
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 Approximation, Binomial, Normal Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Probability theory, Binomial distribution, dx, Pengsheng Ji

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