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Continuous Random Variable, I Let X be a random number between 0 and 1 produced by the idealized uniform random number generator described. Find the following probabilities:
a.P(0less than or equal to X less than or equal to 0.4)
b.P(0.4 less than or equal to X less than or equal to 1)
c.P(0.3 less than or equal to X 0.5)
d.P(0.3(less than X less than 0.5)
e.P(0.226 less than or equal to X less than or equal to 0.713)
f. What important fact about continuous random variable does comparing your answers to c. and d. illustrate?
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