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273 - Lecture 8
Example 2.8 220 sailors, we order them in a random order, and sent them to the Theorem 3.
Markov's Inequality
Indeed, Markov's inequality implies for example that X <. 1000E[X] holds with probability 1 − 10−4 = 0.9999 or greater.
Markov's Inequality
Markov's inequality takes µ = E(X) into account and from which we obtain Markov's Inequality: (a) Verify the functional form of R(a) in each example.
1 The problem 2 Basic inequalities
Proposition 1 Markov's Inequality For any non-negative random variable X and any real number a 0 we have. Pr X > a <. E X a.
9.1 Introduction 9.2 Markov's Inequality 9.3 Chebyshev Bounds 9.4
Recall the following Markov's inequality: Theorem 9.2.1 For tighter than Markov's inequality and Chebyshev bounds but they require stronger assumptions.

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273 - Lecture 8
Example 2.8 220 sailors, we order them in a random order, and sent them to the Theorem 3.
Markov's Inequality
Indeed, Markov's inequality implies for example that X <. 1000E[X] holds with probability 1 − 10−4 = 0.9999 or greater.
Markov's inequality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Examples. Markov's inequality is used to prove Chebyshev's inequality. [edit.
Markov's Inequality
Markov's inequality takes µ = E(X) into account and from which we obtain Markov's Inequality: (a) Verify the functional form of R(a) in each example.
1 The problem 2 Basic inequalities
Proposition 1 Markov's Inequality For any non-negative random variable X and any real number a 0 we have. Pr X > a <. E X a.

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