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The probability of the event that 0≤Y≤X≤1 is of the form ∫(from a to b)*(∫(from c to d) of [f X,Y(x,y)]dx)dy. Find the values of a, b, c, d. Each one of your answers should be one of the following: 0, x, y, or 1.

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