|Mar2-12, 03:36 PM||#1|
Joint pmf of 2 binomially distributed random variables
I hope I wrote that correctly but I'm trying to find the joint. I heard it was impossible from someone.
X = A/R
I know I shouldn't be using the Jacobian method for Discrete distributions but I have to do it anyway.
|Mar2-12, 04:06 PM||#2|
The major difficulty arises from the fact that P(R=0) > 0, so you have a non-zero probability of X being infinite.
|binomial ditribution, joint pdf|
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