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what is the variance of product of two variables like V(ab)=?.....pl give answers in mathematically form.
If I have two RV's X and Y (which are not necessarily independent), what would be the approach to find the variance of their product assuming that I know variances of X and Y, i.e. if Z=XY, what is var(Z)? I searched on google and found some suggestions, but most of them were based on the assumption that X and Y are independent. What would be a more general solution?
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my question is same as that
really?? word by word same !! ;) solutiions are also there in that post..
he wrote in more detail!
comeon,,will you please stop making excuses here,, hmm.. nevermind, solutions also there..are you getting that thing?
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