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Take a look at Hull's Appendix of the Volatility Smiles chapter. (Chapter 16 in my version). It gives a method to calculate the probability density function based on option prices: $$ g(K) = e^{rT} \frac{\partial ^2 c}{\partial K^2} $$ This result comes from the Breeden Litzenberger 1978 paper.



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