Geometric Distribution
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$$Pr(X=k) = (1p)^{k1}q, \\ f(x)=(1p)^{k1}q, \\ F(x)=1  (1p)^{[x]}$$Latex Code
Pr(X=k) = (1p)^{k1}q, \\ f(x)=(1p)^{k1}q, \\ F(x)=1  (1p)^{[x]}
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$$Pr(X=k) = (1p)^{k1}q$$ $$f(x)=(1p)^{k1}q$$ $$F(x)=1  (1p)^{[x]}$$
Latex Code
Pr(X=k) = (1p)^{k1}q, \\ f(x)=(1p)^{k1}q, \\ F(x)=1  (1p)^{[x]}
Explanation
Latex code for the Geometric Distribution.
 Probability parameter p means the success probability of each trial: $$p$$
 The number of total trials until the first successful trial k: $$k$$
 PDF for Geometric Distribution: $$f(x)=(1p)^{k1}q$$
 CDF for Geometric Distribution: $$F(x)=1  (1p)^{[x]}$$
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