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SOA #131
Hello!
I think I understand this problem for the most part. Just need a little help in understanding how the following formula was derived (in SOA solution): (1/lambda)*ln(1u) Is this supposed to be the inverse of the poisson pgf? Thank you!
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Technically, #131 asks about a Poisson _Process_, and Poisson Processes are no longer on the syllabus. However, it could have just said that you were simulating a Poisson random variable and then it would be on the syllabus.
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...I meant to say: Is this supposed to be the inverse of the poisson CDF?
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Again, no. See my answer to your first post on #131.
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Thank you! I hadn't seen your first post when I posted my second post.
Thank you again!
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