Continuous Distributions

Continuous random numbers can take on an uncountable number of values. Therefore, the value returned by a continuous distribution is denoted x. Because there is an uncountable number of possibilities for the random number1, a continuous distribution is modeled by a probability density function, f x . To obtain the probability that the random number generated by X is in a certain interval, we integrate this density function I f x dx Probability X lt b . To obtain a probability, we have to...