Are all continuous random variables necessarily infinite? Explain.

Bridger Holden 2022-10-02 Answered
Are all continuous random variables necessarily infinite? Explain.
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Emmanuel Russo
Answered 2022-10-03 Author has 9 answers
Continuous random variables can take on any values within a continuum or an interval.
This means that, in between any two values of X, there are infinitely many other possible values of X.
So, yes, if X is a continuous variable, it is also an infinite one.
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