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###### Queation 02: harmony for the success of the ofa missile system" work electrontes components components (X: for first Tiko denote the life In years ofthe two_ totalsetert LXund Y t joint probability of X and Y is component Yfor the strond one) The 0 <* $2 0 s"$4 "" f) = ~lsewheremarginal - density functions for both random variables Give the the life of the first component exceed year and the life of b) What is the probability that the second one is between and 3 years? De

Queation 02: harmony for the success of the ofa missile system" work electrontes components components (X: for first Tiko denote the life In years ofthe two_ totalsetert LXund Y t joint probability of X and Y is component Yfor the strond one) The 0 <* $2 0 s"$4 "" f) = ~lsewhere marginal - density functions for both random variables Give the the life of the first component exceed year and the life of b) What is the probability that the second one is between and 3 years? Determine whether the two random variables are dependent or independent?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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