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###### Problem 5 Suppose X and Y are independent random variables following Uniformfo,1]. Let Z = (X +Y)/2 Calculate the cumulative density of Z Calculate the density o Z_

Problem 5 Suppose X and Y are independent random variables following Uniformfo,1]. Let Z = (X +Y)/2 Calculate the cumulative density of Z Calculate the density o Z_

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