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a) Suppose that X is a uniform continuous random variable where 0 < x < 5....

a) Suppose that X is a uniform continuous random variable where 0 < x < 5. Find the pdf f(x) and use it to find P(2 < x < 3.5).

b) Suppose that Y has an exponential distribution with mean 20. Find the pdf f(y) and use it to compute P(18 < Y < 23).

c) Let X be a beta random variable a = 2 and b = 3. Find P(0.25 < X < 0.50)

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