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The Russian model of a set of difficulties in likelihood concept includes a bankruptcy dedicated to data. That bankruptcy has been passed over during this translation simply because, within the opinion of the editor, its content material deviates a bit of from that that's prompt through the identify: difficulties in professional­ bability conception. the unique Russian model comprises a few mistakes; an try out used to be made to right all error stumbled on, yet probably a couple of stiII stay. An index has been extra for the benefit of the reader who will be looking for a definition, a classical challenge, or no matter what. The index lists pages in addition to difficulties the place the listed phrases look. The e-book has been translated and edited with the wish of leaving as a lot "Russian style" within the textual content and difficulties as attainable. Any pecu­ liarities current are probably due to the this purpose. August, 1972 Bryan A. Haworth viii Foreword to the Russian variation This choice of difficulties in chance idea is essentially meant for collage scholars in physics and arithmetic departments. Its objective is to assist the coed of likelihood idea to grasp the idea extra seasoned­ foundly and to acquaint him with the appliance of likelihood concept tips on how to the answer of useful difficulties. This assortment is geared primarily to the 3rd version of the GNEDENKO textbook direction in proba­ bility idea, Fizmatgiz, Moscow (1961), likelihood conception, Chelsea (1965).

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35 Random variables and their properties pro bability of the event g < x} we mean the probability that at least one of the elementary events for which ~ (w ) < x will be realized. More generally: for an arbitrary (Borel-measurable) set A of values ~, P {~EA} = P {w: ~ (w)EA}. Numerical properties of random functions. ) F~(x) [or F(x)] ofa random variable ~ is defined by F~(x)=P{~

02 pg=2111=3}; M[~ 111=lJ; M[~+11J; M[~2111~lJ; Pg+11~5111~2}; M[~'11 111~ 1]. 163. Prove that if distributed then M 2 ~1' ~2"'" ~n [(~ 1 + ... + ~k)J = ~ ~1 + ... + ~n n 164. The random variable I a) M[~J = ~ p{~ ~ are independent, positive and identically if k < n. takes on positive integer values. Prove that: m}; m~l b) D[~J = 2 I mP{~ ~ m} - M[~(M[~J + 1)]. m~l 165. Provethat D [~ 1 AJ = M [( ~ - M [~J2 1 A] - [M [~ 1 A] - [~MJY . 166. Assume that the random variable ~ coincides, with probability Pi' 41 Random variables and their properties with the random variable = D [~] ~i and let M[~;] =Mi • Prove that L Pk D [~kJ + D [flJ , k where fl takes on the values Mi with probability Pi.

Provethat D [~ 1 AJ = M [( ~ - M [~J2 1 A] - [M [~ 1 A] - [~MJY . 166. Assume that the random variable ~ coincides, with probability Pi' 41 Random variables and their properties with the random variable = D [~] ~i and let M[~;] =Mi • Prove that L Pk D [~kJ + D [flJ , k where fl takes on the values Mi with probability Pi. 167. Find the mean value and dispersion of the product of two independent random variables ~ and 1] with uniform distribution laws: ~ in the interval [0,1] and 1] in the interval [1,3].

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