# Question

If X1, X2, X3, X4, X5 are independent and identically distributed exponential random variables with the parameter λ, compute

(a) P{min(X1, . . . ,X5) ≤ a};

(b) P{max(X1, . . . ,X5) ≤ a}.

(a) P{min(X1, . . . ,X5) ≤ a};

(b) P{max(X1, . . . ,X5) ≤ a}.

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