# Statistics

Let the joint density function of the random variables X and Y be
f(X,Y)(x,y)= 2xe^(x(^2)-y) for 0<x<1 , y>x^2
0 otherwise
(a) Find the marginal density function of X.
(b) Find the marginal density function of Y .
(c) Compute the probability P(Y < 3X^2)

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