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I have a question regarding Probability. I calculated the distribution of a square of a sum of two Gaussian variables and I have got this expression (I attached a link to it). (Gaus1+Gaus2)²

It is like a normal Gaussian distribution (of x) only divided by the square root of the argument x.

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/171/distribg.png/

My question is:Does this distribution have a name? I want to check its properties on wiki but I don't know its name.

Thanks a lot!

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# What is this distribution?

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