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I have a uniform Joint density function for the lifetimes of two components, lets call them T1 and T2. They have a uniform joint density function, both are positive it follows, and the region is 0<t1<t2<L and L is some positive constant.

So it said the domain has area (L^2)/2 following from this, Density is 1/(((L^2)/2)-1) or uniform density. I have no idea how to get that and area. Can someone help explain? I think I get that since joint I treat one as y and other x i multiply both densities but not really sure.

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# How do I calculate an area of joint uniform distribution with domain

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