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**Suppose that**

Let the joint probability density function of X, Y, and Z be

f(x,y,z) = h(x)h(y)h(z) , x,y,zER

Prove that P(X<Y<Z)=1/6

*h*is the probability density function of a continuous random variable.Let the joint probability density function of X, Y, and Z be

f(x,y,z) = h(x)h(y)h(z) , x,y,zER

Prove that P(X<Y<Z)=1/6

I don't know how to do this at all. This is suppose to be review since this is a continuation course, but I didn't take the previous course

Any help would be greatly appreciated