Question

Suppose X=N(10, 1.924)

Pr(X=10)

Step 1

In this question we know that X follows normal distribution with parameter mean = 10 and variance = 1.924. We have to find the probability that X=10.

Step 2

Since we all know that Normal distribution is a continuous distribution and probability at a point in normal distribution is all equal to 0. In this question P(X=10) is also ...

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