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GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION AND PROBABILITY

A RANDOM VOLTAGE x(t) HAS A GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION WITH A MEAN VALUE OF 0 V AND A STANDARD DEVIATION OF 10V. A SINGLE RANDOM SAMPLE X IS TAKEN. DETERMINE THE FOLLOWING PROBABILITIES:(a) P(X >= 0 V), (b) P(X >= 10 V), (c) P(X <= -10), (d) P(-10 V <= X <= 10 V), (e) P(absolute value of /X/ >= 10 V), (f) P(X >= 20 V), and (g) P(absolute value of /X/ >= 20 V).

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A RANDOM VOLTAGE x(t) HAS A GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION WITH A MEAN VALUE OF 0 V AND A STANDARD DEVIATION OF 10V. A SINGLE RANDOM SAMPLE X IS TAKEN. DETERMINE THE FOLLOWING PROBABILITIES:(a) P(X >= 0 V), (b) P(X >= 10 V), (c) P(X <= -10), (d) P(-10 V <= X <= 10 V), (e) P(absolute value of /X/ >= 10 V), (f) P(X >= 20 V), and (g) P(absolute value of /X/ >= 20 V).

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