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2. Originally Posted by razzmath
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Does F represent the cumulative distribution function? And is the random variable Y?

3. I'm not sure what you're asking.

If $\displaystyle X\sim U(0,1)$, then $\displaystyle F_X(x)=x$ on (0,1).

Thus $\displaystyle \int_0^d(1-x)dx=d-{d^2\over 2}$.

4. Thanks both for the answers.

The task is, that i have to express E(Y) as a function, only of G (see attached)

And I really don't what to do about the integral. Y=X/si (where si are deterministic), Y is on [0,1] and Y has dstribution function F, defined on [0,1]. The variable d is defined on [0,1]

My problem is after isolating E(Y), then what to do, to get rid of integral.

And I don't know anything about it being uniform, beta or whatever.

I you could give a hint, I'll be gratefull