## Calculus with Applications (10th Edition)

In a probability density function, however, the probability that X equals a specific value, say, c, is $P(X=c)=\int^{c}_{c}f(x)dx=0$
In a probability density function, however, the probability that X equals a specific value, say, c, is $P(X=c)=\int^{c}_{c}f(x)dx=0$