# The joint density function of the continuous variables X and Y is fX,Y(x,y) = 7.5x(2-x-y) for 0<X<1 and 0<Y<1.(a) Find the expected value of X+Y.(b) Find fX(x), and fY(y).(c) Find Cov(X,Y).(d) Find Corr(X,Y).

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The joint density function of the continuous variables X and Y is fX,Y(x,y) = 7.5x(2-x-y) for 0<X<1 and 0<Y<1.

(a) Find the expected value of X+Y.

(b) Find fX(x), and fY(y).

(c) Find Cov(X,Y).

(d) Find Corr(X,Y).

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It is given that X and Y are the continuous random variables.

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a)

The expected value of X+Y, can be calculated as:

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b)

Function of marginal X can be... help_outlineImage Transcriptionclosef(x)(x.yydv=7.s/(2x-x-)dy = 7.5 2xy-xy-x- 2 (1) = 7.5 2x (1)-x (1) 2 Зх = 7.5 It can be written as; Зх f(x)= 7.5 0 x 1 2 fullscreen

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