Question: Findcdf(remember to consider all cases).

Answer:

:

Shouldn't that be it? What's with these next two cases if x and y are never greater than 1 and 2 respectively?

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- December 10th 2009, 01:02 PMMathSuckerIs my answer sheet wrong?
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Question: Find**cdf**(remember to consider all cases).

Answer:

:

Shouldn't that be it? What's with these next two cases if x and y are never greater than 1 and 2 respectively?

- December 10th 2009, 03:43 PMmatheagle
Do you have a typo?

It doesn't make sense that x is bounded above by 1

and x is larger than y

and yet you have 0<y<2

clearly y cannot pass 1. - December 10th 2009, 03:49 PMmr fantastic
- December 10th 2009, 04:10 PMMathSucker
oops. fixed.

- December 11th 2009, 10:50 AMMathSucker
Even with the correction, what is the point of these two cases. Why would I be finding equations for cases where x and y are greater than 1 and 2 if x only takes values between 0 and 1 and y only takes values between 0 and 2?

Do I*fundamentally misunderstand*this problem? - December 11th 2009, 01:20 PMmr fantastic
- December 11th 2009, 04:51 PMMathSucker
So from the beginning do I just integrate

to get . And then find:

for and

for and

for

(given above) for

(given above) for

Correct?