I know for sure that P(Max(X, Y) < 1) = P(X < 1)P(Y < 1) if the two RVs are independent, but what does P(Min(X, Y) < 1) equal?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Would it be P(Min(X, Y) < 1) = P(X < 1) + P(Y < 1)?

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