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i have to find the mode of a continuous variable. My book doesnt cover it yet my teacher gave me hmwk on it. How would you find it??

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the random variable X has probability density function

f(x)= 1/54(4x^3 - 3x^2) 1<x<3

find value of the mode?
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The mode is the value of x where f(x) is the higest. Therefore you need to differentiate and set this equal to zero and solve.
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The mode is the value of x where f(x) is the higest. Therefore you need to differentiate and set this equal to zero and solve.

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thanx darling
no problem sweetheart :rolleyes:
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