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Q6

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Q4

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Q3

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Q1

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I need some help doing Q3 and I need some clarification with Q1.

With Q1, if Y=2, then there are only two possibilities, (1,2) and (1,2). So X can only be equal to 3 thus I am not sure how to write out the distribution table.

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# Statistics with Baye's theorem and partitions

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