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Old 08-05-2012, 09:05 PM
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Default Re: Calculating The "Average" Function Of Xn

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Originally Posted by munchkin View Post
The book says that the average g is calculated for "a particular x" and is interpreted as the expected value of the random variable gbar(X). Is this particular x value the "generic" value?
Correct. This is just to simplify the concept, but your approach of getting the whole \bar g at once is certainly valid.
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