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Given a copulaC(u,v), we have [tex]P(U\leq u)=C(u,1)=u[/tex].

But why isn't it [tex]P(U\leq u)=C(u,\infty)=u[/tex]? Isn't it true that [tex]C_U(u)=P(U\leq u)=\lim_{v\to\infty}C(u,v)[/tex]?

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