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I do not know how to formulate this problem. I know that the pdf has to be some integral, but no clue so far.

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I do not know how to formulate this problem. I know that the pdf has to be some integral, but no clue so far.

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That's true; since we have that X1,...,Xn are iid, and does not matter if we have <= or < because is a continuous function, then pdf = f(y) = F'(y) = -n(1-y)^(n-1)(-1) = n(1-y)^(n-1).

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