We had discussed about the Random Variables previously with the help of examples "heights of people" (Hperson) and "outcome of a dice-roll"(Odice-roll). In both the cases the kind of values each of the random variables could take were different. The random variable Hperson can take any real-value between 0 feet and 15 feet while Odice-roll can only take one … Continue reading Types of Data or Types of Random Variables

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# Random Variables, Distribution function and Distribution Curve: A tutorial

What is a random Variable? Random Variables are a means of assigning numbers to outcomes of random processes or experiments or activities. An example of random variable can be an "outcome of rolling a dice". Let us denote this random variable by symbol "Odice-roll ". The values this random variable can take can be any … Continue reading Random Variables, Distribution function and Distribution Curve: A tutorial