Consider:

… where \(X, P\) are random variables. Then:

The distribution of \(X\) is only dependant on the expectation of \(P\).

Another way to see this:

So, random probabilities, random hazard rates or ‘random effects’ across groups which can only have one success/failure are probably meaningless to talk about.

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