I have a problem that gives me a M.G.F and asks for P(1< or = X < or = 2)
For example M(t)=
P(1< or = X < or = 2) = 0.1607
How is that done? I can't find the principle in my text.
I know that P(2) is equal to M(2) but how about the above example ?
Edit: If possible please post a link to a a page that explain how to use M.G.F , I'm having problems with various applications. Like how to get the M.G.F from E(X).
Well, I have no idea what P(1< or = X < or = 2) means. It would help if you typeset your equation properly using latex. From what I can understand, P(1< or = X < or = 2) might mean , which would give an answer of zero because you cannot be equal to 2 and less than or equal to 1. But I doubt that's what the original question intends.
By the way, are you saying that you know nothing given here: Binomial distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia