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Can you explain in detail if X and Y are independent in part A 

14. Suppose that
0<x < 0,
a. Find the marginal densities of X and Y. Are X and Y independent?
f(x, y) = xe 0+1).
0 <y < 00
b. Find the conditional densities of X and Y.
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14. Suppose that 0<x < 0, a. Find the marginal densities of X and Y. Are X and Y independent? f(x, y) = xe 0+1). 0 <y < 00 b. Find the conditional densities of X and Y.

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