# Refer to Example 5.3. If a radioactive particle is randomly located in a square of unit ## Problem 5.6 Chapter 5

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Problem 5.6

Refer to Example 5.3. If a radioactive particle is randomly located in a square of unit length, a reasonable model for the joint density function for Y1 and Y2 is f (y1, y2) = 1, 0 y1 1, 0 y2 1, 0, elsewhere. a What is P(Y1 Y2 > .5)? b What is P(Y1Y2 < .5)?

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