Calculate the survival function and expected value, Mechanical Engineering

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Suppose T1 and T2 are independent and identically distributed Exponential variables with common hazard λ. What is the density of T = T1 + T2? What is the E(T-1)? What are the survival function and expected value of Y =Minimum (T1.T2)?

 

 

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