# Question

In a certain city the daily consumption of water (in millions of liters) is a random variable whose probability density is given by

What are the probabilities that on a given day

(a) The water consumption in this city is no more than 6 million liters;

(b) The water supply is inadequate if the daily capacity of this city is 9 million liters?

What are the probabilities that on a given day

(a) The water consumption in this city is no more than 6 million liters;

(b) The water supply is inadequate if the daily capacity of this city is 9 million liters?

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