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Joint Probability Density Function example question

The joint probability density function of X and Y is given by

f(x,y) =

a. Find the density function of X

b. Find P(X > Y)

c. Find P(Y >  \dpi{150} \LARGE | X <  )

 

Solution to this Joint Probability Density Functions practice problem is given in the video below!




5 Comments

  1. I wish you had even more of these, they help so much. Appreciate your sharing, I hate joint distribution it can be confusing too

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