1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In a square town that is 1.5 miles by 1.5 miles, the places of residence are uniformly distributed (2000 per square mile) over the whole town. Compute the joint probability density function for the spatial distribution of places of residence (fX, Y). 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I've set it up so the lower left corner of the town is at the origin. I understand how a uniform distribution works, but the addition of the 2000 residences per square mile is really throwing me off. I am thinking of trying to find the CDF first and then differentiating but I don't have an idea of how I would begin to find that.