**Mean and Variance of Probability Distributions ...**
https://www.probabilisticworld.com/mean-variance-probability-distributions/

The function underlying its probability distribution is called a probability density function. In the post I also explained that exact outcomes always have a probability of 0 and only intervals can have non-zero probabilities. And, to calculate the probability of an interval, you take the integral of the probability density function over it.

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