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Suppose {Y1,......Yn} are random samples from U(-1,1) distribution. Find the density of V=(2Y1+1)^2

2. Relevant equations

Method of transformations for random variables

3. The attempt at a solution

I started this problem off by letting X=2Y1+1 because i figured i could find the density of that and then just find the density of V=X^2. I thought i had the problem right but when i went back to the density i got for X=2Y1+1 and integrated it over the interval, it didnt add up to 1. Not sure what i did wrong

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# Homework Help: Finding Density on U(-1,1)

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