I have a p.d.f given by for otherwise. The question asks me to find the c.d.f. In the textbook, it says I do this by integrating the function, which gives me: The answer is but I can't spot my mistake - so where has the half come from?
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Originally Posted by Quacky I have a p.d.f given by for otherwise. The question asks me to find the c.d.f. In the textbook, it says I do this by integrating the function, which gives me: The answer is but I can't spot my mistake - so where has the half come from? For x < -2, F(x) = 0. For , For x > 2, F(x) = 1.
Thankyou for the explanation
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