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P(|X-μ|<kσ) ≥ 1-1/k², σ≠0.

(i) given the chebyshev theorem,prove this theorenn using classical definition of variance.

(ii)Give an example of how this theorem can be used to calculate probability.

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P(|X-μ|<kσ) ≥ 1-1/k², σ≠0.

(i) given the chebyshev theorem,prove this theorenn using classical definition of variance.

(ii)Give an example of how this theorem can be used to calculate probability.

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P(|X-μ|<kσ) ≥ 1-1/k², σ≠0.

(i) given the chebyshev theorem,prove this theorenn using classical definition of variance.

(ii)Give an example of how this theorem can be used to calculate probability.

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