If x∼Gamma(1,λ) how would i find the expected value E(e^bx) where b=aλ I'm kinda stuck as to how to approach the question. Some help will be greatly appreciated Thank you in advance
I know there are several approximations of the Gamma function that provide decent approximations of this function. I was wondering, how can I efficiently estimate specific values of the Gamma ...
Assuming I have a Gamma distributed random Variable $x \sim Gamma( \alpha, \beta )$. Now I like to have the following two expectation values (integrals): $E \left[ x \ln x \right]$ $E \left[ \ln ...