Let X and Y be random variables with for
For , I have
But I'm stuck here because I don't know what p(y) is.
Any help is appreciated, thank you!
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Originally Posted by tttcomrader Let X and Y be random variables with for Is that even a density?
is the joint pdf, nothing else is given. Is then?
Originally Posted by tttcomrader is the joint pdf, nothing else is given. Is then? I meant is the integral over the 1st quadrant 1? Checking it now the answer appears to be yes. is a marginal and so:
Thank you! Now to find p(x), should I do this: ?
Last edited by tttcomrader; Sep 3rd 2011 at 01:37 PM.
Originally Posted by tttcomrader Thank you! Now to find p(x), should I do this: ? Except:
an exponential a gamma but where 0<x<y, which is a uniform the center of that uniform
Last edited by matheagle; Sep 5th 2011 at 07:46 AM.
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