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P(X=4) is 1/5 so P (X=/=4) will be 4/5
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Hint: this is a continuous probability distribution. So what is P(X=4)?
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(Original post by Roha125)
P(X=4) is 1/5 so P (X=/=4) will be 4/5
You're confusing the cdf with the pdf.
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(Original post by Gregorius)
Hint: this is a continuous probability distribution. So what is P(X=4)?
Thank you so much
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