# Question

With reference to Exercise 3.42, find the following values of the joint distribution function of the two random variables:

(a) F(1.2, 0.9);

(b) F(- 3, 1.5);

(c) F(2, 0);

(d) F(4, 2.7).

In exercise

(a) F(1.2, 0.9);

(b) F(- 3, 1.5);

(c) F(2, 0);

(d) F(4, 2.7).

In exercise

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