# Question

hThe total lifetime (in years) of five- year- old dogs of a certain breed is a random variable whose distribution function is given by

Find the probabilities that such a five- year- old dog will live

(a) Beyond 10 years;

(b) Less than eight years;

(c) Anywhere from 12 to 15 years.

Find the probabilities that such a five- year- old dog will live

(a) Beyond 10 years;

(b) Less than eight years;

(c) Anywhere from 12 to 15 years.

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