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... the probability density function of the random variable X, or more briefly the
density function. This brings the integral calculus into play because now, from the
fundamental theorem of calculus, the definite integral of / is a probability (see 8) ...
The system must, moreover, have a base from which to derive its theorems, a list
that should specify (1) primitive ... If a is an axiom or a derived expression (
theorem) of the system, so is any expression that is the result of replacing one ...
... theorems of syllogistic from the stated axioms. For completeness, however, it is
further required that a formal proof be provided for the negation of any invalid
syllogistic expression. But, since this cannot be done, the system is not complete.
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