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Topic: 1/E[x] VS E[1/x]
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Parikshit

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1/E[x] VS E[1/x]
Posted: Jun 24, 2013 1:52 PM
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Since we all know 1/E[x] and E[1/x] are not quite the same. I was wondering how does one decide where to use which expression ?

For example: I have an inequality :

A < B*E[C]

which i can manipulate to 1/A > 1/B*E[c]. But lets assume i didn't know the first expression how can i decide which expression is correct :

1/A > 1/B*E[C]

OR

1/A > (1/B)*E[1/C]



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