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2016-03-08 22:01:52 +0200 | asked a question | Help finding expected value of sum of random variables I'm very much a Sage newbie, and I'm having trouble solving for the expected value of a discrete summation. I'll admit that I'm well removed from statistics, linear algebra, and econometrics, so it might be that what I'm trying to accomplish is illogical. Consider the following parameters:
I'd like to find the expected value of A as a function of N (or the limit of A as N goes to infinity, assuming A converges to a real number). Can I use Sage to solve for something like this (assuming it's solvable, which I think it is based on some simulation results)? |

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