# Ordinary Generating Functions - UCSD Mathematics

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To see how this comes about, we introduce a new variable t, and define a function g(t) as follows: g(t) = E(etX). = â. â k=0. Âµktk k! = E. (. â. â k=0. Xktk k! ) = â. â j=1 etxj p(xj) . We call g(t) the moment generating function for X,

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