# 2. Let Y = ex2, where X ~ Ņ(0, 1). (a) Find the p.d.f. of Y. J0 oPlY2 > ijdt. (b) C ompuite 2. Let Y = ex2, whe...

2. Let Y = ex2, where X ~ Ņ(0, 1). (a) Find the p.d.f. of Y. J0 oPlY2 > ijdt. (b) C ompuite

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