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comment Finding a probability mass function for $[x]$ is defined as the largest integer $n$ such that $n \leq x$
Well I've worked out that $\mathbb{P}(X/a \leq x) = 1 - e^{-\lambda a x}$ and then tried to say that if $x \in (n , n+1)$ then $\mathbb{P} ([X/a] \leq x)$ is the same as $\mathbb{P}(X/a \leq n+1)$ but I don't think this really helps!
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comment Largest disc around which this complex function is one-to-one?
Could you give me some of the more common tricks?
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