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Registered events X in time interval t are distributed linearly n = n0

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amiras
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Nov10-11, 12:42 PM
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Registered events X in time interval t are distributed linearly n = n0 + bt. Find probability density function, then t = 10, n0 = 5 and b =2. Find average amount of registered events per day and Mean squared error. Find the probability to register an event per 5th and 6th days. What is the average registered amount of events per 5th and 6th days.

I got this problem with no idea how to begin, please help.
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Nov10-11, 11:01 PM
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Registered events X in time interval t are distributed linearly n = n0 + bt. Find probability density function, then t = 10, n0 = 5 and b =2. Find average amount of registered events per day and Mean squared error. Find the probability to register an event per 5th and 6th days. What is the average registered amount of events per 5th and 6th days.

I got this problem with no idea how to begin, please help.
Hello amiras and welcome to the forums.

What do you mean by "linearly distributed"? I've never heard that term before.

Usually in linear regression statements, things will have a t-distribution or a normal distribution.

What other information have you been given? Have you been given distributions for the intercept and gradient terms?


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