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**Random Variables**,

### Random Variables:

Definition of Random Variables: A random variable is a variable whose value is unknown or a function that assigns a value to each experimental result. Random variables are often indicated by letters and can be classified as abstract. It is a variable that has a fixed or fixed value. This is a variable that can have a value in a fixed range.

- A random variable is a variable whose value is unknown or a function that assigns a value to each experimental result.
- A random variable (with a different value) can be different or permanent (a value within a fixed range).
- The use of random variables is more common in probability and statistical techniques, where the variable is used to measure the results of random events.
- Risk analysts use random variables to estimate the probability of adverse events.

### Literal Meanings of Random Variables

#### Random:

##### Meanings of Random:

What happened, happened, happened or was chosen without a conscious method or decision.

Unknown or uncertain

Strange, unimportant or strange.

##### Sentences of Random

Random sample of 100 families

##### Synonyms of Random

undirected, slapdash, disorganized, casual, cursory, offhand, careless, trial-and-error, remiss, erratic, uneven, indiscriminate, perfunctory, slipshod, lackadaisical, random, undisciplined, unmethodical, haphazard, aimless

#### Variables:

##### Meanings of Variables:

It is contradictory or a static pattern that changes.

Can be changed or customized.

Elements, features or factors that may vary or change.

##### Sentences of Variables

The quality of hospital food varies widely

The drill has variable speed

There are many variables involved to make a meaningful prediction

##### Synonyms of Variables

kaleidoscopic, inconsistent, uneven, unreliable, fluctuating, undependable, inconstant, shifting, unpredictable, unfixed, fluid, unstable, fitful, wavering, fickle, mutable, irregular, volatile, capricious, protean, vacillating, changeable, temperamental, varying, floating, movable, changing, chameleonic, unsettled, unsteady