The **probability distribution** of a random

variable is a function whose domain contains the values that the

random variable can assume, and whose range is a set of values

associated with the probabilities of the elements of the domain.

The probability distribution of a discrete random variable is

called a **discrete probability distribution**,

while the probability distribution of a continuous random

variable is called a **continuous probability distribution**.

# Probability Distributions

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