# Below is the p.d.f for the random variables X and Y, f(x,y)-36 0 otherwise Find the... Below is the p.d.f for the random variables X and Y, f(x,y)-36 0 otherwise Find the following probability Pr(x> 2) O 7/9 2/3 O 8/9 #### Earn Coin

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