2. Given the density f(x,y)=2(x+y), 0<x<1, 0<y<x, calculate a) P(X<0.5, Y<0.5) b) P(X<0.5) c) P(Y<0.5) Thanks~
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2a) Solve for 'a'.
what's the difference between 2a and 2b in this case?
Originally Posted by ugling 2. Given the density f(x,y)=2(x+y), 0<x<1, 0<y<x, calculate a) P(X<0.5, Y<0.5) b) P(X<0.5) c) P(Y<0.5) Thanks~ a. b. Same as above. c. In each case it helps to draw the required region of integration to get the integral terminals.
Originally Posted by TKHunny 2a) Solve for 'a'. So, I'm just making up my own problems, today. Sorry about that.
Originally Posted by TKHunny So, I'm just making up my own problems, today. Sorry about that. It's a good question though
Originally Posted by ugling what's the difference between 2a and 2b in this case? shakespeare 2b or not 2b
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