You'll kick yourself.
Before the density function starts, F(x) = 0 for x < 0.
After the density function is done, F(x) = 1 for x > 1.
It is the nature of it.
A density function: f(x)= 2x for 0<x<1 and
0 for x<0 or x>1.
Find the distribution function.
This is what I did.
To get the distribution function F(x) for the 2x term you integrate it from 0 to x and get
F(x)= x^2 for 0<x<1
since F(x)= integral from -00 to x of f(x)
but how do u find the other terms for when x<0 and x>1?