A process for producing an industrial chemical yields a product containing two types of impurities.
For a specified sample from this process, let Y1 denote the proportion of impurities in the sample and let Y2 denote the proportion of type I impurities among all impurities found. Suppose that the joint distribution of Y1 and Y2 can be modeled by the following probability density function:
f(y, y2) = 2(1- y2) if 0
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