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Consider the attachment below;

How did they arrive at

##F_X (u) = \dfrac{u-a}{b-a}## ?

I think there is a mistake on the inequality, probably its supposed to be ##a≤u<b## and that will mean;

$$F_X (u) =\dfrac{1}{b-a} \int_a^u du= \dfrac{1}{b-a} ⋅(u-a)$$ as required. Your thoughts...then i have the second part of the question that i will post here after the analysis.

How did they arrive at

##F_X (u) = \dfrac{u-a}{b-a}## ?

I think there is a mistake on the inequality, probably its supposed to be ##a≤u<b## and that will mean;

$$F_X (u) =\dfrac{1}{b-a} \int_a^u du= \dfrac{1}{b-a} ⋅(u-a)$$ as required. Your thoughts...then i have the second part of the question that i will post here after the analysis.

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