Hi, i have been given such pdf f(x,y) = k/y, 0<x<y, 0<y<1 f(x,y) = 0 elsewhere How should i construct in order to find k?
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Originally Posted by kaupehkaubu Hi, i have been given such pdf f(x,y) = k/y, 0<x<y, 0<y<1 f(x,y) = 0 elsewhere How should i construct in order to find k? Originally Posted by CaptainBlack For this problem your best policy is to draw a diagram (makes a mystic symbol in the air to ward of the wrath of Bourbaki). [snip] Have you applied this advice here? If so, it should be clear that you require the value of k such that . But if you reverse the order of integration the calculation is much simpler ....
So if I reverse the order, am I going to get this?
Originally Posted by kaupehkaubu So if I reverse the order, am I going to get this? Yes.
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