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Which of the following is a valid probability distribution?
The valid probability distribution is:
Probability distribution D.
The probability distribution of a discrete variable is the list of the possible value ‘x’ and the probability of x at one trial.
The probability distribution for a variable x satisfies the following two properties:
- Each probability i.e. P(x) must lie between 0 and 1.
- Sum of all the probabilities must be 1.
i.e. ∑ P(x)=1 .
Now we check which probability distribution satisfies this property:
Probability Distribution A:
Hence, Probability distribution A is not a valid probability distribution.
Probability Distribution B:
Hence, Probability distribution B is not a valid probability distribution.
Probability Distribution C:
Hence, Probability distribution C is not a valid probability distribution.
Probability Distribution D:
for each x, 0≤P(x)≤1
Hence, Probability distribution D is a valid probability distribution.
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