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# Show that, after making the substitution p = /n, the binomial mgf converges to the Poisson mgf as n . Show that, after making the substitution p = /n, the binomial mgf converges to the Poisson mgf as n

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## Show that, after making the substitution p = µ/n, the binomial mgf converges to the Poisson mgf as n →∞⁰. Show that, after making the substitution p = µ/n, the binomial mgf converges to the Poisson mgf as n →∞⁰.

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