I understand a probability function can be defined according to range ?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So for example,

0>x f(x) = 0

for 0>x>100 f(x) = 1/100

to work out probability it is integration of that function.

So how does it work if for some other range there is a DIFFERENT functions ?

Is it that there will be multiple equations for probability depending on x ?

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# Probability function with specification for different range ?

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