It's a joke, right? Maybe the 8 was bent over in the original statement, " "?
That region is very much unbounded. You will be hard-pressed to drag a finite solution from it.
This shows us the value of presenting the actual problem statement. The limits make all the difference.
means in the x-direction. It is no longer unbounded.
Please evaluate the iterated integral with these very useful finite limits.
For P(X + Y < 3), notice that this is nicely related to P(X < 3 - Y) and you should be almost done.
To clarify, your notation is bad.
Consider for a moment a simpler function:
If you are asked to evaluate this integral:
then you would have to split it into separate regions because it's a piecewise function, i.e.,
Naturally, the integrals on the sides equal zero, so we just write it as
Extending this logic into two variables with your problem shows that you should be evaluating this:
Close, but you made a mistake with the limits of integration.
Graph the region that the density is defined on. Then plot the line x+y=3. You will then be able to identify the region corresponding with x+y<3. You should integrate the joint density over this region only.
Can you identify your error?