Statistics (12th Edition)

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ISBN 10: 0321755936
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Chapter 4 - Discrete Random Variables - Exercises 4.1 - 4.14 - Understanding the Principles - Page 183: 4.2


A random variable that can assume discrete or coutable values is called discrete random variable. On the other hand, a random variable that can assume any of the values in a range is called continuous random variable.

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