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A random variable X is said to have a lognormal distribution if log X is normally distributed. If X is lognormal with E[log X] = �μμμ and var(log x) = σ², determine the distribution function of X. That is, what is P(X ≤ x)?
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A random variable X is said to have a lognormal distribution if log X is normally distributed. If X is lognormal with E[log X] = �μμμ and var(log x) = σ², determine the distribution function of X. That is, what is P(X ≤ x)?