With reference to Exercise 3.97, In exercise Two textbooks are selected at random from a shelf that contains three statistics
Two textbooks are selected at random from a shelf that contains three statistics texts, two mathematics texts, and three physics texts. If X is the number of statistics texts and Y the number of mathematics texts actually chosen, construct a table showing the values of the joint probability distribution of X and Y.
(a) The marginal distribution of X;
(b) The conditional distribution of Y given X = 0.
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