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Problem 33E

Problem 33E

Let a, b, c, d be any numbers with a<b and c<d. Let k be a constant, and let X and Y be jointly continuous with joint probability density function

In other words, f(x, y) is constant on the rectangle a<x<b and c<y<d, and zero off the rectangle.

a. Show that

b. Show that the marginal density of X is fX(x) = 1/(b - a) for a<x<b.

c. Show that the marginal density of Y is fY(y) = 1/(d - c) for c<y<d.

d. Use parts (a), (b); and (c) to show that X and Y are independent.

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Here given the joint probability function with constant K

From that we need to find the value of k

Marginal probabilities functions of X and Y

And we have to show that X and Y independent

The given function is

                                            =0 , otherwise


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Chapter 2.6, Problem 33E is Solved
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Textbook: Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
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Author: William Navidi
ISBN: 9780073401331

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