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Probability density function of a transformed variable using change of variable method

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Published on Nov 10, 2012

Given a random variable X - to get the pdf of a transformed variable, Y, do we just substitute X in terms of Y? Not quite. We can use the Change of variable method to find the new pdf for a transformed X given X. Version presented for continuous X.

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