joint density function of X and Y:

If I was looking for k, would be the right way to start?

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- October 27th 2009, 09:02 PMbillymone last joint distribution
joint density function of X and Y:

If I was looking for k, would be the right way to start? - October 27th 2009, 11:17 PMmatheagle
NO

The outer integral cannot contain variables...

see my change below

is the right way to start - October 28th 2009, 07:11 AMbillym
When it comes to finding the marginal densities, would I then use 1-x and 1-y as the upper limits?

- October 28th 2009, 07:34 AMmatheagle
no, review calc 3

IF you had variables on that outer integral HOW can you end up with a constant? - October 28th 2009, 07:56 AMbillym
I understand that about finding the constant. What I mean is, once i have found the constant (3 I think), and want to find the marginal densities, would I then use:

and

or do I have to stick with the initial values? - October 28th 2009, 09:42 AMmatheagle