Show that, as in the binomial distribution, the successive probabilities in a Poisson distribution increase to a maximum, then decrease towards zero. Under what circumstance is there a unique maximum probability?
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1 Since for Poisson distribution, , and
, this tells us that .
If , , therefore the successive probabilities in a Poisson distribution increases, and as k increases to ...
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