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Consider an exponential distribution with...

Consider an exponential distribution with parameter b>0, i.e. its pdf is

f(x/B) = (1/B) EXP(-x/B) , IF x>=0 .

show that the random variable Y=X^(1/L)

where L>0 has a Weibull distribution with parameters (L,B).

f(x/B) = (1/B) EXP(-x/B) , IF x>=0 .

show that the random variable Y=X^(1/L)

where L>0 has a Weibull distribution with parameters (L,B).

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