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    Bivariate Distribution

    If f(x,y) = 4/3 , 0<x<1 , x^3<y<1 . How do i got about finding P(X>Y) ?
    Im not sure between which x and y values to integrate... Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Lady View Post
    If f(x,y) = 4/3 , 0<x<1 , x^3<y<1 . How do i got about finding P(X>Y) ?
    Im not sure between which x and y values to integrate... Thanks
    Sketch the region in the x-y plane over which f(x,y) is non-zero, now mark that part of the region where x>y. By now the region over which you need to integrate will be obvious.

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