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How do I approach this problem?

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How do I approach this problem?

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mathman

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Y

where b

b=rs

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gradnu

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Thanks mathman.

But what was your thought process? How did you come up with these relations?

But what was your thought process? How did you come up with these relations?

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mathman

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Thanks mathman.

But what was your thought process? How did you come up with these relations?

From long past experience I know that to get correlated normal variables from uncorrrelated standard normal, you just need a linear combination. Adding the desired means is obvious. Also since there are four free coefficients and there are only three conditions, I just set one coefficient to 0.

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