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Topic: Is it possible
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Is it possible
Posted: Apr 7, 2008 3:23 AM
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What will be the density function of (X+Y)?
where given density functions are as follows:

f(x)=mu*exp(-mu*x), 0<=x<=infinity.

g(y)=((2*m^2)/(n^2))*y, 0<=y<= (n/m)

Can anyone provide this solution??


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