Simple joint distributions such as X+Y are usually worked out in textbooks, but how would we approach a general case. For example, let X any Y be independent variables each defined on the interval [0,infinity], and having densities f(x) and f(y) respectively. How do we find, for example, the joint distributions of (X/Y+1)? Anyone have any lead into?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Joint Distribution of Complicated Variables

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