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From a basket of fruit containing 3 oranges, 2 apples and 3 bananas, a random sample of 4 pieces of fruit is selected. If X is the number of oranges and Y is the number of apples in the sample, determine the following: a. P[(X,Y)A] where A is the region that is given by {(x,y)x+y 23 . b. f(y2) for all values of y; c. P(y=0x=2)..

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- From a basket of fruit containing 3 oranges, 2 apples and 3 bananas, a random sample of 4 pieces of fruit is selected. If X is the number of oranges and Y is the number of apples in the sample, determine the following: a. P[(X,Y)A] where A is the region that is given by {(x,y)x+y 23 . b. f(y2) for all values of y; c. P(y=0x=2).

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