Posted by **Allie** on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 3:05pm.

A random variable X has a Gamma distribution with (alpha = a, beta = b). Show that P(X > 2ab) < (2/e)^a.

hint: X > c is equivalent to e^Xt > e^ct

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