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Creation to Econometrics, second variation (Addison-Wesley sequence in Economics) [Hardcover]James H. inventory (Author) Mark W. Watson (Author)

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35 times while writing a particular tcnn paper! 35. 1. Expected yalue ofa Bernoulli random 'IIariable. 1 Review of Probability FXPFrTFn _ _ _ _ _ VAlllF AND THE MEAN -------------------Suppose the random variable Y takes on k possible values. )', ... _y". v, denotes the first value,Y2 denotes the second value, and so fort h, and that the prob ability that Y lakes on )'1 is P" the probability thai Y takes on >"2is P2' and so fo rth. The expected value o f Y. y. variable. Lei G be the Be rnoulli random variable wi lh lhe probabi lity distribution in Equatio n (2.