find the joint distribution of considering the fact that it's continuous, you can't have a table with infinitively values, so do you just omit the table and approach it another way?
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Originally Posted by lllll find the joint distribution of considering the fact that it's continuous, you can't have a table with infinitively values, so do you just omit the table and approach it another way? I'll give a detailed reply later when I have a chance (unless someone beats me to it)
Originally Posted by lllll find the joint distribution of considering the fact that it's continuous, you can't have a table with infinitively values, so do you just omit the table and approach it another way? I've had a closer look ...... are you trying to calculate . If so: .
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