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A 5-4. Let X and Y have a bivariate normal distribution
with ux = 70, 0 = 100, ty = 80, of = 169, and p = 5/13.
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(a) E(Y X = 76).
(b) Var(Y | X =76).
(c) P(Y < 86|X = 76).
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A 5-4. Let X and Y have a bivariate normal distribution with ux = 70, 0 = 100, ty = 80, of = 169, and p = 5/13. %3D %3D Find (a) E(Y X = 76). (b) Var(Y | X =76). (c) P(Y < 86|X = 76). %3D %3D

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