If you have \lambda = 4.2, what is the probability that P(x < 2)?

necessaryh 2020-11-17 Answered

If you have λ=4.2, what is the probability that P(x<2)?

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Answered 2020-11-18 Author has 86 answers

Step 1
The given value for λ is 4.2.
Step 2
The probability that the random variable x is less than 2 is,
P(x<2)=e4.2(4.2)00!+e4.2(4.2)11!
=0.015+0.063=0.078
Thus, the probability that the random value x is less than 2 is 0.078.

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