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probability of X's (Posted on 2006-08-23) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Suppose X1, ..., Xn are independent, identically distributed, purely continuous random variables, find P(X1<...<Xn).

Is the result the same if the random variables are not purely continuous?

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Answers - No PeekingRichard2006-08-23 16:21:51
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