Terminology It’s probably (sorry) best to define some terms at the outset, so here goes: Random variable: a variable whose future value is as yet unknown. Examples of random variables are the: Value of a risky portfolio one year from today Number of cars that will pass through a given intersection tomorrow Number of times […]
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