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Density Function (Poisson, Binomial)

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(a) If X ~ Poisson ........, compute Mx(t).

(b) Show that if Xn ~ Binomial {see attachment} then Mxm(t) converges to Mx(t) for every t, where X ~ Poisson .......

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(a) If X ~ Poisson ........, compute Mx(t).

(b) Show that if Xn ~ Binomial {see attachment} then Mxm(t) converges to Mx(t) for every t, where X ~ Poisson .......

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