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Joint pdf question and mgfby silkdigital
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Apr112, 11:41 PM

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Hi guys,
I'm really stuck on the following questions, not sure as to how to approach it: Let X and Y be random variables for which the joint pdf is as follows: f(x,y) = 2(x+y) for 0 <= x <= y <= 1 and 0 otherwise. Find the pdf of Z = X + Y And also: Suppose that X is a random variable for which the mgf is as follows: /u(t) = e^(t^2 + 3t) for minus infinity < t < infinity Find the mean and variance for X. I know that the answers are 3 and 2 respectively, but was unsure how they got to the answer, do I need to integrate by parts? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks guys :) 


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Apr212, 04:01 PM

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#3
Apr312, 12:11 AM

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Figured out second question now, pretty straightforward in hindsight. Any help on the first one? ;)



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