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Find the covariance of the random variables X and Y having the joint, probability densityfunction.
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Referring to the random variables whose joint probability density function is given in Exercise 3.47 find the average amount of kerosene left in the tank at the end of the day.
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Assume the length X in minutes of a particular type of telephone conversation is a random variable with probability density function(a) Determine the mean length JE(X) of this type of telephone conversation.(b) Find the variance and standard deviation of X.(c) Find E[(X +5)2].
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Referring to the random variables whose joint density function is given in Exercise 3.41, find the covariance between the weight of the creams and the weight of the toffees in these boxes of chocolates.
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Referring to the random variables whose joint probability density function is given in Exercise 3.41 find the expected weight for the sum of the creams and toffees if one purchased a box of these chocolates.
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Suppose it is known that the life X of a particular compressor in hours has the density function(a) Find the mean life of the compressor.(b) Find E(X2).(c) Find the variance and standard deviation of the random variableX.
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Referring to the random variables whose joint density function is given in Exercise 3.40 on page 101, (a) Find μx and μy; (b) Find E [(X + V)/2],
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Show that Cov(aX, bY) = ab Cov(X,V).
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Consider the density function of the Review Exercise 4.87. Demonstrate that Chebyshev's theorem holds for k. = 2 and k = 3.
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Consider the joint density function Compute the correlation coefficientpXY.
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