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1 (iii) If x1 x2 , then FX (x1 ) Since fX x1 g is contained in fX Prfx1 X FX (x2 ) (monotonicity). x2 g, this implies the formula x2 g ¼ FX (x2 ) À FX (x1 ), for any x1 x2 : (3:11) Property (iii) allows us to define the inverse distribution function, FXÀ1 (y), by FXÀ1 (y) ¼ minfx: FX (x) ¼ yg: (3:12) In words, since FX (x) may not be strictly increasing in x, FXÀ1 (y) is defined as the smallest value x, such that FX (x) ¼ y. The inverse distribution function is extensively used to generate realizations of random variables (see Chapter 4).

G, the corresponding distribution function is given by 8 if x < 1 ½x < 0, X k (3:36) FX (x) ¼ pi ¼ P : pi , if k x < k þ 1 i¼1 i¼1 where [x] is the integral part of x. The generic discrete distribution may be used to model a variety of situations, characterized by a discrete outcome. In fact, all other discrete distributions are simply useful specializations of the generic case. 2 BERNOULLI DISTRIBUTION A Bernoulli random variable, X, corresponds to a trial with two possible outcomes: success or failure.

X2 g, this implies the formula x2 g ¼ FX (x2 ) À FX (x1 ), for any x1 x2 : (3:11) Property (iii) allows us to define the inverse distribution function, FXÀ1 (y), by FXÀ1 (y) ¼ minfx: FX (x) ¼ yg: (3:12) In words, since FX (x) may not be strictly increasing in x, FXÀ1 (y) is defined as the smallest value x, such that FX (x) ¼ y. The inverse distribution function is extensively used to generate realizations of random variables (see Chapter 4). 3 PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTIONS If FX (x) is continuous and differentiable in x, then the associated probability density function (pdf), fX (x), is the derivative function Elements of Probability and Statistics fX (x) ¼ 29 d FX (x), dx À 1 < x < 1: (3:13) The pdf has the following properties for À1 < x < 1: (i) fX (x) !