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    Suppose that X and Y are independent each with exponential distribution with parameter = 3. Joint Density Function = 9(e^-3x)x(e^-3y) for x>0 and y>0.

    Find (a) P(X + 2Y <,= 2);
    (b) P(X + Y <,= 2); and
    (c) P(X - Y <,= 2).

    <,= represents less than, equal to.

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    Hi there,

    I've attached my answer in the word document.
    P(x+2y<=2)=∫_0^2▒∫_0^(1-x/2)▒〖(9e^(-3x) 〗 ...

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