So for example, if I have a random variable X, take it to be normally distributed.
How do you find the expectation and variance of the random variable e^X in terms of μ and σ?
Integrating the entire normal function with the f(x) is it?
I got a question here, and I am stuck at understanding the step of the solution. Any help will be appreciated.
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I would like to know how to get from the second to the third step, where the summation comes in.
It looks like...
i just realized that the equations cant be solved based on your equations.
it still results in 2 equations and I AM UNABLE to find your third equation. any help please?
Its a question that I had from a friend in the past.
I had tried solving it but to no avail.
Have tried integration and stuff like that, but I think there is an easier way to solve this question.
Question -> Square of 7cm, find the shaded area...
dont understand what is Ibrits talking about... too complex -.-"
What do you mean by kinetic energy is an operator acting on a wavefunction" and "wavefunction is a growing or (usually) decaying, instead of oscillating"?