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Proving that mgf determines distribution via Laplace transform

You are right that the used logic is not correct. A clear counterexample, where the same logic leads to a false conclusion is $$M_{f(x)}'(-t)=\mathcal{L}\{f(x)\}(t)+\mathcal{L}\{f(-x)\}(t)$$ Here $\...
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Probability Question: Determining Absence of Red Balls in a Partially Sampled Hat

Asking the question a different way: What is the probability that, sampling from hat A with $1845$ balls of which $16$ are red, none of the $1086$ samples are red? then the answer would be: ...
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