Examples, solutions, videos, activities, and worksheets that are suitable for A Level Maths. How to calculate the mode for a continuous random variable by looking at its probability density function?

**Statistics: Finding the Mode for a Continuous Random Variable**

This tutorial shows you how to calculate the mode for a continuous random variable by looking at its probability density function.
**The Formulae for the Mean E(X) and Variance Var(X) for Continuous Random Variables**

In this tutorial you are shown the formulae that are used to calculate the mean, E(X) and the variance Var(X) for a continuous random variable by comparing the results for a discrete random variable. There is a brief reminder of what a discrete random variable is at the start

**Example on finding the Mean E(X) and Variance Var(X) for a Continuous Random Variable**

In this example you are shown how to calculate the mean, E(X) and the variance Var(X) for a continuous random variable

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This tutorial shows you how to calculate the mode for a continuous random variable by looking at its probability density function.

In this tutorial you are shown the formulae that are used to calculate the mean, E(X) and the variance Var(X) for a continuous random variable by comparing the results for a discrete random variable. There is a brief reminder of what a discrete random variable is at the start

In this example you are shown how to calculate the mean, E(X) and the variance Var(X) for a continuous random variable

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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