So say I have a truncated normal. That is, N(mu,sigma) that is from 0 to infinity only.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I need to find a Gamma such that a constant C*Gamma(A,B) is always above N(mu, sigma). How would I go about finding such a A, B that would work given fixed mu and sigma?

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# Bounding a truncated normal with a gamma

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