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    Continuous Random Variables

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    f(y) = cy^2(1-y)^4 0<y<1
    f(y) = 0, elsewhere

    Find the value of C that makes f(y) a probability density function, then find E(Y)

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    A probability density function is defined by a variable. The solution is well presented.

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