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    negative-order and non-integer moments

    Do negative-order and non-integer moments exist? Explain
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    Re: negative-order and non-integer moments

    Hey awais100.

    Take a look at fractional calculus and see if you can apply that to MGF's. (Remember that the moment corresponds to the nth derivative and in fractional calculus, we allow n to be a real number and not just an integer).
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    Re: negative-order and non-integer moments

    OK, I will try this and in case of any difficulty get back to you. Thanks
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