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Individual differences |
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The discrete caseEdit
Since these are probabilities, we have
The continuous caseEdit
Again, since these are probability distributions, one has
Joint distribution of independent variables Edit
If for discrete random variables for all x and y, or for continuous random variables for all x and y, then X and Y are said to be independent.
The joint distribution of two random variables can be extended to many random variables X1, ..., Xn by adding them sequentially with the identity
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