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Does some textbook on probability use a particular way (described here) of accomplishing the segue into continuous distributions?

The question above currently has four down-votes and three up-votes.

Can anyone explain the reason for the former?

It is difficult not to suspect that anything that suggests something that is even a little bit different from conventional practice is considered satanic and treasonous.

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I have no idea why folks downvoted. I see a negative comment from one person, so I'd guess that person might have downvoted.

I see that you asked at the question about downvotes. (I'd recommend changing the third word to 'possible'.) I think that's the best place to ask.

I do think that saying why you've downvoted is a courtesy to the author of a question. I hope folks will answer you there.

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