# Uniform Distribution

## Key Questions

• Properties of a density curve would be:

Always positive

and ${\int}_{- \infty}^{\infty} f \left(x\right) d \left(x\right) = 1$

Thus the density function $F \left(\infty\right) = 1$

unless otherwise restricted.

if $a$ is the upper bound for $x$ then.

$F \left(a\right) = 1$

where $f \left(x \ge a\right) = 0$

Area under the probability curve for a given range will give you the probability.

#### Explanation:

Continuous probability distribution curve is the correct example for probability density curve. Normal Probability distribution, t distribution, chi-square distributions are density probability curves.

Take the Normal Probability curve. You have to find the critical or z values for the two given x values. Refer the Area under normal curve. find the probability. Watch the video lessonClick to watch

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