mrzpn1

02-16-2010, 06:41 PM

Hi, I'm trying to figure out a marginal distribution for a joint probability function. My question is - what do I use as my limits of integration?

It's given that 0<y<1-x^2 and -1 <x< 1. For integrating out y it is easy. I'm wondering about x. Do I use -1 and 1 as my limits, or + and 1 sqrt(1-y)?

Thank you!

It's given that 0<y<1-x^2 and -1 <x< 1. For integrating out y it is easy. I'm wondering about x. Do I use -1 and 1 as my limits, or + and 1 sqrt(1-y)?

Thank you!