# 6. Find the variance of the F distribution for v2> 4, by making use of the...

6. Find the variance of the F distribution for v2> 4, by making use of the definition of F in Theo 8.14 of the F distribution for v2 > 4, by making use of the definition of F in Theorem (in Your Textbook) and the fact that for a random variable V having the chi-square distribution with v2 degrees of freedom

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