# Distribution 4907

A continuous random variable X is specified: distribution function, specify the parameters a; b so that the function F (x) is continuous and was the distribution function of the random variable X and express f(x).

P (X <5)

F (x) = 0; x <3

F (x) = a. x - b; 3
F (x) = 1; 6> x

P (X <5)

F (x) = 0; x <3

F (x) = a. x - b; 3

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