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Course: ESE 520, Fall 2009
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4a Assignment: Homework 5.15; 5.22; 5.28. Comments on Problem 5.15 To get the PDF of the conditional distributions, use fX|Y (x|y) = and fY |X (y|x) = fX,Y (x, y) fY (y) fX,Y (x, y) fX (x) where fX,Y and the two marginal PDFs fX (x), fY (y) are in Formulas (5.40) and (5.41) on pp. 174. Your main work is to calculate the quotient of the PDFs and compare it with a standard Gaussian PDF to get the mean and variance....

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