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    [SOLVED] Gamma Distribution/Probablity Question

    The kinetic energy of a molecule is a Gamma(3.5,1) distributed random variable X in some energy units. What is the probability for 2<=X<=4 and 2<x<4?

    Do I just integrate using the formula?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maibs89 View Post
    The kinetic energy of a molecule is a Gamma(3.5,1) distributed random variable X in some energy units. What is the probability for 2<=X<=4 and 2<x<4?

    Do I just integrate using the formula?
    Yep.
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