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can i have some help with random numbers in calculus

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  • broke_as_ajoke
    i have a question about continuous random variables i m having some problem trying to figure this intergration out i think this is intergration by parts well
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 23, 2003
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      i have a question about continuous random variables
      i'm having some problem trying to figure this intergration out

      i think this is intergration by parts
      well there are no intergratuon signs on the keys so i'm gonna try my
      best to type this


      g(t) = intergrate sign fsub x(u) * fsubx(t-u)du
      upper limit is infinty
      lower limit is neg infinty

      fsubx(t) = { 0 (t<0)
      { (lambda)(e) ^ -(lambda)(t)

      take a =.30 and b =1.45

      lambda=2 when graphs and evaluation.
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