Q#1 A continuous random variable X has the density function

f(x)=x for 0<x<1

2-x for 1_<x<2

0 elsewhere

a. Show that P(0<X<2)=1

b. Find P(X<1.2).

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- September 3rd 2007, 12:32 PMnisoo-1density function
Q#1 A continuous random variable X has the density function

f(x)=x for 0<x<1

2-x for 1_<x<2

0 elsewhere

a. Show that P(0<X<2)=1

b. Find P(X<1.2). - September 4th 2007, 12:00 AMCaptainBlack
- September 4th 2007, 12:05 AMCaptainBlack
- September 9th 2007, 07:52 PMTKHunny
Calculus may be a bit much for this problem. If you are supposed to use it, fine, but please keep in mind there may be other ways of going about things. In this case, if you know a little about right triangles it is just as straight-forward.