1. Let X,Y and Z be binary random variables each taking two values, 1 or 0. Specify a joint distribution in such a way that the three variables are pairwise independent but not mutually independent.

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- September 7th 2009, 05:57 PMuglingsimple question need answer #1
1. Let X,Y and Z be binary random variables each taking two values, 1 or 0. Specify a joint distribution in such a way that the three variables are pairwise independent but not mutually independent.

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