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continuous random variable


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A random variable is said to be continuous or have a continuous distribution if it can assume any value from a continuous range. The range can be infinite. The cumulative distribution function (cdf) of a continuous random variable is continuous in its domain. See also discrete random variable.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics — Economics.


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