# Question: Let X1 X2 X3 be independent and identically distributed continuous

Let X1, X2, X3 be independent and identically distributed continuous random variables. Compute

(a) P{X1 > X2|X1 > X3};

(b) P{X1 > X2|X1 < X3};

(c) P{X1 > X2|X2 > X3};

(d) P{X1 > X2|X2 < X3}.

(a) P{X1 > X2|X1 > X3};

(b) P{X1 > X2|X1 < X3};

(c) P{X1 > X2|X2 > X3};

(d) P{X1 > X2|X2 < X3}.

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