# Seyhmus Güngören

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$1$ : It means "there exists something"

$0$ : It doesnt mean "there exists nothing", instead it means "there exist something but that is nothing"

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 Apr8 revised Finding the distribution function of a random variable using CLT edited title Apr8 asked Finding the distribution function of a random variable using CLT Apr8 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? deleted 5 characters in body Apr8 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? edited body Apr8 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? edited body; edited title Apr8 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? deleted 601 characters in body Apr7 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? deleted 2 characters in body Apr7 comment Is the derivative of a continuous density function on $\mathbb{R}$ integrable? thank you very much for the details. Yes I think for the case of absolute continuity perhaps the assertion holds. I have a very related problem, will be happy to hear your comments math.stackexchange.com/questions/741606/… Apr7 comment Is the derivative of a continuous density function on $\mathbb{R}$ integrable? is $f$ continuous everywhere in this example? Apr6 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? added 2 characters in body Apr6 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? added 21 characters in body Apr6 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? edited body Apr6 comment Is the derivative of a continuous density function on $\mathbb{R}$ integrable? yes we can have the derivative but how can I make sure that $\int_\mathbb{R} f^{'}(t)\mbox{d}t<\infty$ for all $f$? Apr6 asked Is the derivative of a continuous density function on $\mathbb{R}$ integrable? Apr6 comment Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? I think my solution is still missing. $f^{'}$ or $f^{'}$ has an antiderivative but it doesnt give me anything about integrability on $\mathbb{R}$. Any idea? Apr6 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? added 654 characters in body Apr6 awarded Excavator Apr6 comment the limit of a probability density function what about the continuity of $f$? Apr6 revised the limit of a probability density function added 4 characters in body Apr6 revised Is $(\ln l(y))^2 l(y)^x f_0(y)$ integrable over the real numbers? edited body