# Answer to Question #41542 in Statistics and Probability for shashi kumar

Question #41542

) If X is a Poisson variate and p(X = 3) > p(X = 2) then find the minimum value of mean

Expert's answer

The minimal value of mean is absent. Substituting k=3 and k=2 into the formula P(X=k)=lambda

^{k }e^{-lambda}/k! we come to inequality lambda>3, where lambda is a real number. Need a fast expert's response?

Submit orderand get a quick answer at the best price

for any assignment or question with DETAILED EXPLANATIONS!

## Comments

## Leave a comment