STAT 315: LECTURE 4 CHAPTER 4: CONTINUOUS RANDOM
... – For a continuous rv X, the probability of any particular real number is zero, i.e. if X is a
continuous rv, then P (X = x) = 0 for all x ∈ R.
– For a continuous rv X, it only makes sense to ask about probabilities of events that contain an
infinite number of outcomes (e.g. a small interval). In pr ...