CV are random variables. Whats a hint to show if C<=V, then E(C)<=E(V)? my bad attempt if C<=V then P(C=s)<=p(V=s) for all s so summation of C*P(C=c) has to be smaller then summation of V*(V=v) so then E(C)<=E(V) thanks for helping
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Originally Posted by Sneaky CV are random variables. Whats a hint to show if C<=V, then E(C)<=E(V)? my bad attempt if C<=V then P(C=s)<=p(V=s) for all s so summation of C*P(C=c) has to be smaller then summation of V*(V=v) so then E(C)<=E(V) thanks for helping Are they continuous rv's or discrete? (It looks from your working that you are assuming discrete?)
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