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Sep
5
comment Probability distribution for a function of a random variable
Thats right, its not independent. X's distribution is a function of parameter t (which is known). And t has a known probability distribution. Question remains: what is then distribution of X knowing distribution of t?
Sep
5
comment Probability distribution for a function of a random variable
I mean that distribution for parameter t is independent of distribution for X ^^
Mar
4
comment Differentiability for a function made of built-in functions and basic operations
How to edit formulas, please?
Mar
4
comment Differentiability for a function made of built-in functions and basic operations
Thanks for answer. In first expression for f, x is not in definition domain, so that f is smooth on its open definition domain, ]-infty,0[U]0,infty[ ; in second expression for f, it is smooth on both domains ]-infty,0[ and ]0,infty[ separated by the value where thing under sqrt is zero --> so this verifies the mentionned 'rule' (I am on the interpreter side, who seeks for domains for running optimization routines in which derivatives are needed)
Mar
1
comment Random and Pseudo-random number generation
Thanks on comments, I edited above. Regards.
Mar
1
comment Random and Pseudo-random number generation
tks a lot, that's kind.
Mar
1
comment Random and Pseudo-random number generation
As you prefer. Does this mean that question is migrated or should I migrate it now? tks