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  • Conditional Density

    I can't seem to get the solution for this kind of density. For example, we are asked to find f( X l X>a). So, following the formula, f( X l X>a) = f(X n X>a)/(X>a). How are we supposed to find the density for f(X n X>a)? Tell me if I am wrong.

  • #2
    Any of the sample SOA questions come to mind...

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    • #3
      I know there is solutions, but what I'm trying to say is that what does f( X n X>a) equal to. Is it the intersection between the range of the original function ( f(x) ), say 0<x<1 and x> a, or does it just equal f(x)?

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      • #4
        My "hint" to you was to look at a problem and maybe we can go over it

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