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I am reading the book "An introduction to Probability and Statistics", by V.K.Rohatgi and A.K. Ehsanes. I recommend it very much.

I am trying to solve on of the problems but I have all tried, and I am not able to find the proper solution.

The book gives the solution, but even with this help, I am not able to find the adequate reasoning to achieve it.

If somebody could help me I would appreciate very much.

Thanks.

Here is the problem:

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# Probability problem that is driving me crazy.

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