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Let X be an r.v. defined on a sample space S into the real line R . Then show that if B1 and B2 are any two disjoint subsets of R, so are the events A1 = (X ? B1) and A2 = (X ? B2). Solution your answer is at dss.ucsd.edu/~ssaiegh/Slides8.pdf.

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