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Derive the density for the difference, product, and ratio, respectively, of two independent, continuous random variables. 2 Many-to-One A natural question is the following: What if g is not injective? Let us again begin with the case n = 1. 6. A simple one-dimensional example is y = x2 . If X is a continuous, one-dimensional, random variable and Y = X 2 , then 1 1 √ √ fY (y) = fX ( y) √ + fX (− y) √ . 2 y 2 y Note that the function is 2-to-1 and that we obtain two terms. ✷ Now consider the general case.
28. Let X and Y have joint density f (x, y) = c log y, 0, when 0 < y < x < 1, otherwise. Compute the conditional expectations E(Y | X = x) and E(X | Y = y).
The Bayesian approach is a kind of compromise. One claims, for example, that parameters are never completely unknown; one always has some prior opinion or knowledge about them. 1. The opening statement there was that the density of red blood corpuscles follows a Poisson distribution. One interpretation of that statement could have been that whenever we are faced with a blood sample the density of red blood corpuscles in the sample is Poissonian. 1 is that whenever we know from whom the blood sample has been taken, the density of red blood corpuscles in the sample is Poissonian, however, with a parameter depending on the individual.