### Find the pdf of cost of the flour is proportional to y

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The amount of flour used per day by a bakery is a random variable X that has an exponential distribution with mean equal to 4 tons. The cost of the flour is proportional to Y=3X+1.

a) Find the p.d.f of Y.
b) Use the answer in (a) to find E(Y).

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